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Meet the SABB team

The Sabbs (pictured above) are a team of five students, elected by students to run NSU. They’re there to make sure you have the best time at Northumbria – both on and off campus.

Whether you have a course concerns, you want get involved in student media or you fancy taking up a volunteering opportunity to help enhance your CV, the team is there to make your voice heard and ultimately, make sure you have an unreal University experience. 

You can find them on the ground floor of NSU - you won't be able to miss their office with grass for carpet.


Sabbs pictured above (left to right):

Claudia Shaw (Vice President Education)

Anna Kemp (Vice President Welfare)

Keldyne Wilson (Vice President Activities)

Matthew Johnston (Vice President Postgraduate)

Emmanuel Kabengele (President) 


To find out more about the Sabb Team, visit the NSU website.

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