Our Launch Event is here – sign up now!

Campaigns for Students is a business set-up by former sabbatical officers, to empower students to deliver change in the higher education sector and beyond. Over the last few months, we’ve been working hard to make sure that we can launch our business at the start of the 2020/21 academic year.

Whether it’s the global pandemic, tuition fees or student housing, there’s loads of issues affecting the higher education sector at the moment. We want to work with students leaders to help make things better for students across the country both now , and for years into the future. To kickstart all of this work, we’ve created a Launch Event that you can sign up to here, which will be taking place on the 30th October 10-12am.

We ultimately want to make life easier for Students’ Unions too, and the best way for us to do that will be through the amazing content and services we are planning on delivering. Our plan with this event is to give a flavour as to how we’re going to begin to support student leaders with their goals and ambitions, and how we’re going to grow and develop over the coming weeks and months too.

This event will also give you the opportunity to find out more about why we decided to set up as a business; and the people who are going to be running Campaigns for Students. We’ll also be running some workshops as well so we can find out more about you. This event will also be a great place to start building connections with colleagues across the Students’ Union sector too!

There’s going to be loads of other opportunities that we will create for you to discuss the issues that matter, and to join the Campaigns for Students network going forwards. Attending our Launch Event will give you the opportunity to find out about just some of the plans we have, and most importantly and overview of who we are.

So, grab a free ticket and let your friends know what’s coming, because it’s going to be unmissable!

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