Networks are an exciting way for students to build communities and create change through collective action. They are representative bodies that can lead campaigns, hold forums and organise social events.

Bristol SU has 13 Networks which are each led by an elected chair who is a current student. They are also supported by our Full Time Officers.

The Chair of Student Council supports all of the Networks to run democratically and work on policy.

Membership of Networks is free and open, just like membership of the Union. Find out more below:

BME Network

The BME Network provides an opportunity for all self-identifying BME students to socialise, campaign and discuss BME issues at Bristol.

Disabled Students' Network

The Disabled Students' Network is for all students who self-identify as disabled to come together through socials, campaigns, forums and more.

Education Network

The Education Network exists to improve all students' educational experience at Bristol and any student can join.

International Students' Network

The International Students' Network is for all international students to come together through socials, campaigns, forums and more.

LGBT+ Network

The LGBT+ Network welcomes all self-defining LGBT+ students to join together for socials, campaigns, forums and more.

Postgraduate Network

The PG Network seeks to develop an active, strong and vibrant postgraduate community here at Bristol and any postgraduate student can join.

RAG, Sustainability & Volunteering Network

The RAG, Sustainability & Volunteering Network supports student fundraising, coordinates sustainability projects, and helps students make the most of volunteering opportunities.

Societies' Network

The Societies' Network gives a voice to student societies and supports them to be successful.

Sport Network

The Sport Network seeks to improve the provision and accessibility of sport at Bristol and gives student sports clubs a voice.

Trans Network

The Trans Network is open to all students who self-identify as trans and provides an opportunity to socialise and campaign together.

Wellbeing Network

The Wellbeing Network exists to improve and promote students' wellbeing at Bristol. 

Widening Participation Network

The Widening Participation Network supports students from widening participation backgrounds at Bristol through socials, campaigns and forums.

Women's Network

The Women's Network is open to all self-defining women students and provides a space to socialise and campaign on gender issues.