RUSU defines an international student as anyone who self-defines as having an international background,
whether that means anyone who comes to the UK to study or who have lived in or meaningfully interacted with
two or more cultural environments. This includes students from both within and outside the European Union (EU)
and those who pay both home and international fees.
You can self-define as an international student in your elections profile.
Representing International Students’ interests within the:
You will be acting:
A campaign can consist of events, initiatives and projects
Represent International students’ interests within the union, university and nationally by:
All for the benefit of international students.
If you self-define as an international student and are
enrolled on a course during the academic year nominations are held then yes, you are!
You’ll need to nominate yourself for the role when elections open. You’ll need to submit a short manifesto
detailing what you’d like to change as International Students' Officer. We have written a guide on how to write a great