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    Get your voice heard at the Student Voice Conference

    Have you got an idea that would change your time at university for the better, or an issue on your course that you want to get fixed?

    Join Middlesex Students' Union at the Student Voice Conference on Monday 9th November to discuss your views with other students and turn your ideas for change into reality!

    The first Conference of the year begins at 3.45pm and includes employability-boosting training, school-based discussions, and a Welcome from the Vice Chancellor Tim Blackman - the head of the university.

    The event is led by your Student Officers and six School Voice Leaders, and it's important that all newly elected Student Voice Leaders attend in order to represent their coursemates and vote on which ideas Middlesex Students' Union should make policy and work on making happen.

    Not a Student Voice Leader? All students are welcome to come along and share their experiences and watch democracy in action, though you won't be able to vote. You can find out who the Student Voice Leader for your year of your course is by clicking here. We are still seeking Voice Leaders for a few courses – if you would like to take on the role for your coursemates, contact your programme leader as soon as possible.

    To find out more about the event and book your place, please click here. For more information on Student Voice Conferences – this is the first of three taking place this year – head to the Middlesex Students' Union website.

    For any other questions, please email the Student Voice team at

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