We want every student to feel supported in every aspect of Student Life this is where the DLSU comes into play. The DLSU (Dauphine London Student Union) is the successor of the DLU (Dauphine London Union), formed in 2015 and dissolved in 2021. Run by the students for the students, the DLSU is responsible for the representation of all students within and outside the Université. It ensures all its member's welfare and interests are protected as well as to promote student societies, clubs, sports and social activities within, and outside the campus.
All students are members of the DLSU, meaning that everyone can submit a proposal of project and funds during the Committees, although Committees are monitored by the President, Vice-President, and its 8 Officers, elected by students through democratic elections each year.
Click here to read the full DLSU Constitution.
DLSU's organisation and structure:
- President: she/he is the primary representative of the Union, supervising and coordinating all decisions. The President attends the campus Committees and is the Student Representative at the Board of Directors.
- Vice-President: she/he is the deputy representative of the Union, helping the President in her/his tasks. The Vice-President is the Deputy Student Representative at the Board of Directors.
- 2 Student Union Entertainments, Societies and Clubs Officers: they establish the Activities and Societies Committee and ensure that it fulfills its remit.
- 2 Welfare and Wellbeing Officers: they establish a Welfare and Wellbeing Committee and ensure it fulfills its mission.
- 1 Higher Education Officer: they ensure that students’ voices are being heard, raising issues and feedback to the academic and administration teams, they keep the students informed on all educational matters.
- 1 Ecology Officer: she/he raises awareness about ecological challenges and promotes eco-friendly projects, working closely with some societies including Dau'Green.
- 2 International Officers: they ensure that international students are well integrated and listened, organise events in collaboration with international societies from other universities.
The Union is divided into 2 Sub-Committees: The Welfare and Wellbeing Committee which establishes contact with individuals and organisations that work on wellbeing issues and suggest activities or resources to ameliorate student’s health and the Activities and Societies Committee responsible for monitoring the clubs and societies’ training, activities, fundings. The Higher Education, Ecology and International Officers work more independently but can attend the two Committees and ask for funds to prepare projects.