What We Do
Belfast Met Students’ Union aims to make the lives of its members better by providing opportunities such as being part of the Student Council to represent all students around all campuses, as well as facilitating the participation in sports clubs and societies. We are also here as a support mechanism to offer advice or guide you towards the many excellent support services offered by the college.
Our main Students’ Union common area is in our Titanic Quarter Campus. Here you will find a relaxing area to meet with friends, play some Table Tennis, Pool, Foosball or just chill in between classes.
Student Survival Guide 2017
How Do I Get Involved?
Once you enrol as a student to Belfast Met you automatically become a member of the Students’ Union. You can be more involved by running for election onto the Student Council (19th October 2017) where there are many different roles from Student President and Student Governor to Sports Rep and LGBT Officer.
You can also participate in the Students’ Union activities, events and campaigns, such as Fresher’s Week or even writing articles for the student magazine, Impress.
Class Representatives play a vital role in the Belfast Met community. They are instrumental in ensuring that the student voice is heard, and in keeping the Belfast Met community alive.
The most important requirements of a class representative are:
Please see the following for more information on "Your Voice" here.
If you want to get involved or have any questions contact your Student Liaison Officer’s Declan Crummey or Paul Docherty.
studentsunion[AT]belfastmet[DOT]ac[DOT]uk or call on 02890 265099