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Student union

A student union is an organisation that works to safeguard the interests of students. All universities and university colleges in Sweden have one or more student unions. SLU has a total of eight student unions.

There are 8 pages tagged with Student union:

Webinar for newly admitted students 16 April

utb-webb@slu.se Students admitted to a Master’s programme or the Bachelor's programme Forest and Landscape at SLU, are welcome to attend this preparatory webinar. This webinar will provide

Agricultural Management Day

utb-webb@slu.se Agricultural Management Day is an annual careers day organised by the Union for Students of Agricultural and Rural Management in Alnarp. Students can meet with potential employers

Veterinary Medicine Association Careers Day

utb-webb@slu.se This careers day organised by the Veterinary Medicine Association enables students to meet employers, public authorities and some of the student union societies. Location: VHC (

Ultuna Careers Day

utb-webb@slu.se Ultuna Careers Day is an annual event giving you the chance to meet businesses, authorities and associations. Ultuna Careers Day helps you establish new contacts with the labour

Märgträffen careers fair

utb-webb@slu.se Each year, the Enterprise Committee of the Forestry University Student Union, SHS arranges a careers fair where organisations have the chance to meet with students and tell them

Landscape Architecture Day in Alnarp

Landscape Architecture Day in Alnarp 2023 utb-webb@slu.se The Landscape Architecture Day is an event hosted by a group of second year students at SLU Alnarp. We invite lecturers and corporations

Ultuna career day

Ultuna Career Day utb-webb@slu.se Would you like to discuss career opportunities, internships, subjects for your thesis or to get inspiration for your future studies? Come and meet several

Reindeer husbandry and forestry

Reindeer husbandry and forestry: Challenges and opportunities for shared land use teresia.borgman@slu.se STUDENT SEMINAR. There is an alarming reduction in winter pastures and in the amount of