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Representing tens of thousands of students, a sabbatical officer is a key figure who helps with the smooth running of University life. Sabbatical Officers have the power to change students’ lives whilst acquiring lifelong skills.   And the best thing about it all? It’s a great stepping stone for any future career path. Why not be part of such an opportunity?

 

The top four pros of becoming a sabbatical officer: 

1. The Training

You will be trained by a highly skilled team in a wide range of skills that can be transferred to any future career path. Skills like negotiation, time management, multitasking.

2. The Qualifications

You will receive quality training in management and leadership skills 

3. The Opportunities

A networker’s dream:  meetings with University Chancellors, to being in a high-profile position within university life. The opportunities are limitless.

4. The Fun

Lastly, its fun. You’ll be surrounded with students and a supportive network of great people who will guide and help you along the way.  

 

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