As a student at the Branch Campuses, you are automatically a member of the Students Activities Association (SAA). The purpose of the SAA and its voluntary student Ambassadors is to engage with students and assist the running of student-centred events across campus.
The Student Relations and Events Officer, Alice Endersby, leads the SAA and is your point of call for student events and societies.
Alice is based in London, located in Student Services or in the breakout areas, and travels to the Birmingham Campus frequently. Among other things, Alice runs social events and trips, such as discounted theatre and sightseeing trips, hosts competitions, cultural events and activities as well as runs societies: Business Club, Student Magazine, and Football Club.
Alice also recruits SAA Ambassadors to help run events, work with various departments and represent the University. Ambassadors ensure that a range of activities run at each campus and that clubs and societies are supported.
There is always a lot going on, and we cover some of these events the events on our blog:
You can stay up-to-date with the SAA’s on campus activity by following their Facebook page.
You are encouraged to actively participate with the SAA. Please call in with Alice on campus, you don’t need a reason and there will always be someone to talk to about the activities you can take part in, or organise for your peers.
You can also contact Alice via email at Student.Relations@qa.com.
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