Select your location

Current location: CU London

CUSU News & Updates

Upcoming Events

BHM: Black Music Parties, Power & Discrimination of London's Past
1st October 12:01am - 24th October 11:59pm
The Horniman Museum, Lewisham
It was only in 2008 the police stopped asking event organisers which ethnic groups they were expecting to attend. Before then, it could be hard for venues to put on Black music events, find out about the amazing hidden histories that came from it...
BHM: Feeding Black - Community, Power & Place
1st October 12:01am - 31st October 11:59pm
Museum of London Docklands
Curious about the ties between community, food and culture? ‘Feeding Black’, a free exhibition curated by Aleema Gray, looks into the pivotal role of food in African and Caribbean businesses in south- east London.
Big Black History Month Quiz Challenge
14th October 7pm - 31st October 5pm
Online - Kahoot
Discovering yourself at University
25th October 3pm - 4pm
Virtual
University is the ideal place to discover yourself. You can get involved with activities you are passionate about and plot a career trajectory.
Your ticket to a Global Career - Global themed opportunities
26th October 10am - 11am
Virtual
There’s no better time for you to open the door of international opportunities than during your student journey.
Digital Nomads: How you can work and travel
26th October 2pm - 3pm
Virtual
Have you ever dreamt about travelling around the world and getting paid? What about combining that with an incredible community of minded adventurous people?

More News

More Events

BHM: Black Music Parties, Power & Discrimination of London's Past
1st October 12:01am - 24th October 11:59pm
The Horniman Museum, Lewisham
It was only in 2008 the police stopped asking event organisers which ethnic groups they were expecting to attend. Before then, it could be hard for venues to put on Black music events, find out about the amazing hidden histories that came from it...
BHM: Feeding Black - Community, Power & Place
1st October 12:01am - 31st October 11:59pm
Museum of London Docklands
Curious about the ties between community, food and culture? ‘Feeding Black’, a free exhibition curated by Aleema Gray, looks into the pivotal role of food in African and Caribbean businesses in south- east London.
Big Black History Month Quiz Challenge
14th October 7pm - 31st October 5pm
Online - Kahoot
Discovering yourself at University
25th October 3pm - 4pm
Virtual
University is the ideal place to discover yourself. You can get involved with activities you are passionate about and plot a career trajectory.
Your ticket to a Global Career - Global themed opportunities
26th October 10am - 11am
Virtual
There’s no better time for you to open the door of international opportunities than during your student journey.
Digital Nomads: How you can work and travel
26th October 2pm - 3pm
Virtual
Have you ever dreamt about travelling around the world and getting paid? What about combining that with an incredible community of minded adventurous people?
BHM: LGBTQ+ Thought Leaders: Challenging public perceptions ft. Dr Ronx
26th October 5pm - 6:15pm
Online
Dr Ronx is an emergency medicine doctor, a TV presenter ('Is Covid Racist?'), advocate & activist and inspirational speaker - that's just the tip of the iceberg, and they do it with their own very special flavour!
BHM Colonial Countryside: Exploring LBBD Manor Houses
26th October 7pm - 8:30pm
Online
Eastbury Manor House and Valence House were once country houses with farmed estates. On the publication of new historic research, this talk will explore previous owners’ and tenants’ connections to colonial activity and the transatlantic slave trade.
Transferable skills of being a Rep
27th October 10am - 11am
Virtual
Being a course rep at university equips you with the requisite skills that will enable you to thrive in the workplace. Find out more in this session.
How to Volunteer with CUSU and Boost your Employability
27th October 2pm - 3pm
Virtual
Volunteering is one of the most reliable pathways to getting workplace ready and developing yourself.
BHM Trace Your African & Caribbean Roots
27th October 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Finsbury Library 245 St John St London EC1V 4NB
Trailblazing family historian Paul Crooks pioneered research into African Caribbean genealogy during the 1990s. He traced his family history from London, back 6 generations, to ancestors captured on the West African coast.
Selling your Postgraduate Skills to an Employer
28th October 4pm - 5pm
Virtual
This session will focus on the transferable skills learnt during a postgraduate degree, and how these can be beneficial to employers outside of the HE sector.
BSL Café
29th October 11:45am - 12:45pm
Online
The BSL Café is back! It is a FANTASTIC opportunity for you to learn some sign language skills and make friends!
BSL Café
5th November 11:45am - 12:45pm
Online
The BSL Café is back! It is a FANTASTIC opportunity for you to learn some sign language skills and make friends!
BSL Café
12th November 11:45am - 12:45pm
Online
The BSL Café is back! It is a FANTASTIC opportunity for you to learn some sign language skills and make friends!
BHM: Marvel - Stan Lee's Black History
12th November 6:30pm - 8:45pm
Online
Stan Lee of Marvel comics often used used his characters and stories as commentaries on personal development, morals, US politics and Civil rights struggles. He also borrowed from Greek, Roman and African mythology to create his comic universes.

Your Officers

Vinnie

Vinnie

CU London Campus Officer

Rehan

Rehan

CU London Education Officer

Stella

Stella

CU London Welfare & Inclusion Officer

Nicole

Nicole

CU London Activities Officer