Induction talks


The Students’ Union is now taking requests for Induction talks for this September. The talk will last up to 15 minutes and will cover the basics of Greenwich Students’ Union and its services including; Academic Representation, shops and bars, Societies and Sports clubs.

Here are just some of the reasons it’ll benefit your programme and students:

  • Proactively signposted to Support Services and Student Representatives 

Students will find out about the support which the Advice Service offers

  • Get support recruiting your Programme Reps

The standard induction talk can be tailored to suit your programme’s needs, whether that’s recruiting Programme Reps or focusing on opportunities for Postgraduate students

  • Encourage your students to get involved in Sports and Societies

Help your students get settled and make the most of their time here by finding out about the opportunities on offer

  • Hear how the SU represents their Academic Interests and empowers the student voice 

Find out about how the Students’ Union represents students and how they can get involved.

  • Ensure the Academic Student Community thrives in your Faculty/Programme

Make sure your students are welcomed and feel a part of the university community.


Request a talk

You can now request a talk, but please do so before 22nd August 2020 so the Students' Union can ensure a Representative will be able to come along.

Please only submit your request once you are sure of the time and date, due to the volume of requests we can only process changes in exceptional circumstances.

Requests will be considered on a first come first served basis and you will receive an email to let you know we have received your request, however, you will not get full confirmation until 28th August due to officer availability, but will aim to confirm earlier where possible. 

If you would like to have your talk tailored to your Programme or the Programme's demographics, please email us on reps@gre.ac.uk and we can discuss this possibility. 

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