The Guild is led by students, and makes sure you’re at the heart of everything they do.
Below are just a few of the services offered by the Guild, you can find out more by visiting the Guild website.
The Guild offers free, confidential and independent advice on academic issues to all University of Liverpool students.
Got an idea to improve things for you and your fellow students? Tell the Guild and they can help you make change for the better.
From Geography to Gaming. Poker to Politics. Sociology to Salsa. The Guild allows students the space and resource to come together with people who share the same interests. There are over 200 societies for you to get involved in. And if they don’t have what you’re looking for – start a new society!
So you start your course and find yourself full of ideas for how it could be even better. Great stuff – become a course rep! Course reps work with staff and fellow students to identify and discuss issues which affect their course, and look for solutions.
The Guild Green team provide students with opportunities to think green and become more sustainable. They run lots of student-led volunteering and social enterprise projects throughout the year where you can learn loads of new skills.
Give it a go
Exactly what it says on the tin! It’s time to experience, experiment and explore. The Guild has a programme packed with activities and events you can get involved in – from skills and training courses to fun filled trips around Liverpool and the rest of the UK.
To the superb sounds of live music in the bar and night club areas. Among your suite of party spaces is the Mountford Hall – the second biggest concert arena in Liverpool which has already been a stage for The Killers, Queen, Led Zeppelin, The Smiths, Jamie T and Example.
We run lots of our own volunteer projects to give you the chance to boost your skills, self-esteem and the wider Merseyside community.
I loved being involved with the Guild during my time at the University so much that I’m now proud to work as President here and make being a student at the University of Liverpool even better. Your student years really are the besHarry Anderson, President - Liverpool Guild of Students 2014-2016
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