Nominations are now OPEN for the 2021 LCC UHI HISA Student Elections.
Our students can stand to be elected and work part-time to improve the lives of students starting in July 2021.
Find out more about how you can get involved at www.hisa.uhi.ac.uk/elections
- HISA is an organisation led by students, for students. Every year, students elect from amongst themselves the new leadership team of HISA. This is a great opportunity for you to represent your fellow students and change the student experience for the better.
- HISA is the students’ association that exists to represent all students in the Highlands and Islands – whatever you study, wherever you study. There are a range of different roles available where you can leave a legacy for students in your region and where you learn.
- HISA elected officers represent the voice of students. They sit on the highest decision-making bodies of UHI and its academic partners, meet with local and national politicians, and campaign for change. They do all this to change people’s lives.
- To become a HISA officer, you don’t need to submit a CV, attend an interview or have prior experience. To become an elected HISA officer, all you need is a vision of how being a student can be better, and to secure the support of your fellow students in an election.