ENSA Board of Trustees

Edinburgh Napier Students' Association was established under the University Charter on 1 April 1993.

The management of the Association is the responsibility of the Board of Trustees. The Board is responsible for the overall governance, setting the strategy and direction of the Association. The Board of Trustees and Student Executive receive an induction into their legal and administrative responsibilities; they are familiar with the work of the Association and the Board received bespoke training on trusteeship and its responsibilities from Scott Moncrieff. The Board meets regularly with the General Manager to review the charity’s performance, its administration, and to discuss and decide on the issues arising.


The objectives of the Association are to represent the students of Edinburgh Napier University and to provide them with a range of services, as follows:

  1. To represent Edinburgh Napier students to the University and the wider community.

  2. To provide good quality advice and support to students.

  3. To maintain communications between Edinburgh Napier students at all sites.

  4. To provide social facilities for the use of the membership.

  5. To provide opportunities for the personal and skills development of members.

  6. To foster a cross-campus Edinburgh Napier University student culture and a sense of identity.

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