The Assembly

At City Students' Union we have an assembly that are the voice of students and set our priorities for the year.
At City Students' Union we have an assembly that are the voice of students and set our priorities for the year.

How it works

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Representing you

The Assembly is the most representative voice of students and the most powerful decision-making body at City.

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The Assembly proportionally represents the six Schools at City.

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The elected Assembly set the four Union Priorities for the academic year based on the overall manifesto pledges.

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Assembly members meet at least 4 times a year – each meeting will be different depending on the feedback collected and topics for discussion.

Assembly Priorities

This year, your assembly members have agreed on the following priorities.


Assessment Support and Timetabling

Working towards a more flexible way of choosing your own timetabling and get further assessment guidance during tutorials.


Student Communities and Events

Working to offer a better connection between the schools, increased funding for student groups,

City Bar rebrand and City Sport Accessibility


Careers and Employability

Working to get better support during all stages of the employment process tailored to different groups of students.


Cost of Living Support

City should directly invest in student accommodation available at low-budgets and increase scholarship and travel bursaries funding.


Assembly Meeting 4: Setting the New Priorities
16th April
ELG01, Drysdale Building, Northampton Square,
The final meeting Assembly Meeting of the Academic Year.


Papers for the meeting 16th April are below (Click links below to download)

  1. Agenda
  2. Bye-Laws Amendments Paper
  3. Amended Bye-Law Pack
  4. Assembly Priorities 2024/25 proposal (paper to tabled at meeting)
  5. List of Affiliations for approval

How to be on the Assembly?

How it works

Have a question? Get in touch!

No time for assemblies?

That's fine, you can still shape your student experience in two easy ways.

If your academic experience needs some feedback or you've an idea to share.