Assembly Hub

Assembly Hub


Representing You

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


Assembly Members

The Assembly proportionally represents the six Schools at City - meet your Assembly Members



Assembly Priorities

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

Check the priorities here.

Next Meeting:

The next Assembly Meeting is happening on Wednesday

8 November from 13:30 until 17:30 at Northampton Square Campus.


Book your free ticket here.


This meeting is open to all students


Resource Hub

Find your Key Contacts, Assembly Fund application and Expneses form in your Assembly Resource Hub.

Visit the Resource Hub here.

This year, the Assembly has agreed on the following four priorities:

Consult the Assembly Priorities Action Plan here.


Assessment Support and Timetabling

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


Click here to track the progress for this priority.


Student Communities and Events

Working to offer a better connection between the schools, increased funding for student groups and a City Bar Rebrand and City Sport Accessibility.


Click here to track the progress for this priority.


Careers and Employability

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


Click here to track the progress for this priority.


Cost of Living Support

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


Click here to track the progress for this priority.

Assembly Meeting

Our first Assembly Meeting of the academic year is here and all students are invited to join our Assembly Members in making change at City!

Assembly Meeting will take place on 8th November from 2:45pm in room A109, College Building, Northampton Square.

The Union Officers, Akanksha, Fortune, Yavuz and Jackson will be holding a Q&A at as part of the meeting. All students are invited to submit questions in advance of the meeting by emailing by 9am on Tuesday 7 November

Refreshments will be provide free at the beginning and the end to all meeting attendees.

Download the Assembly Meeting Agenda here.

Click here to book your free ticket!

The next meetings?

We won’t limit students getting involved, participation isn’t limited to elected leaders and all students will be supported to play an active role in shaping their experience and being part of the Assembly. All students are welcome to join the meeting and conversations happening as part of the Assembly.

Assembly Meeting 1
5th of April

Great Hall

Welcome Assembly Meeting
20th of September

Student Common Room

Read what happened at the meeting here.

Assembly Meeting 2
8th of November

Northampton Square campus

Read what happened at the meeting here.

Assembly Meeting 3
7th of February

Northampton Square campus

Assembly Meeting 4
3rd of April

Northampton Square campus

Get Heard@City

GetHeard@City is a new app that students can use to give feedback, raise issues with your Programme Reps, and share your experiences with other students.

 Ask Questions, Raise Issues, Give Feedback about your teaching, learning and wider student experiences

Log into your GetHeard@City account by clicking the button below:

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