Creating Impactful Student Associations - NUS Scotland and West Lothian College SA
This article is published as part of the published proceedings of the 20th anniversary conference for the Bologna Process, held in Bologna in June 2019. It can be found on page 195 of the Bologna Process Beyond 2020 publication.
It gives an overview of Scotland’s Developing College Students’ Associations project and the Framework for the Development of Strong and Effective College Students’ Associations.
A case study featuring West Lothian College Students’ Association illustrates the self-evaluation and development process that can lead to enhanced student participation, stronger impact reporting, and strengthened partnership with its college.
For further information, please contact either Will or Micole:
Name – Will Stringer
Role – Development Consultant, NUS Scotland
Email – email@example.com
Name – Micole Cochrane
Role – Students’ Association Development Officer, West Lothian College
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
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