If you're studying for a University of London degree you're automatically entitled to be a member of the University of London Union (ULU).
Membership of ULU is free and enables you to get involved with everything the Union has to offer including sports, societies and access into our bars.
The University of London probably isn't what you applied to on your UCAS form. That’s because the University is a collection of 18 self-governing Colleges and 10 other smaller specialist research Institutes. For example, if you study at UCL, you’re also part of the University of London.
The University of London has more than 120,000 students and ULU is here for them all - we are run by students for students. The ULU student officers are elected by all University of London students. They are here for you to come to with your issues and concerns, so seek them out and tell them what you think.
One of the main things that makes ULU different from your own students' union is that we organise sport across the entire University of London and that we offer some niche activities and societies that are different from what you might find elsewhere.
The government of the University of London is defined in a series of ordinances and Ordinance 19 relates to the University of London Union. It contains a summary of the arrangements for elections, decision-making and other matters and also contains a code of practice that meets the requirements of the 1994 Education Act. Much of this material is also included in the ULU Constitution and Regulations, although sometimes in greater detail or using slightly different wording. Both documents are available from this website.
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