The University of East Anglia Conservative Association (UEACA) is the oldest and largest political society on campus. In 2018/19, we had more members than UEA Labour Students and the UEA Liberal Democrat’s, combined. We host the most active agenda of socials, campaigning sessions and trips. You’ll see a full list of our planned events for the first semester towards the bottom of this page. Members have access to a range of social and political events, in addition to election rights to appoint the executive and meet similar thinking people. The Association has close links with the Norwich Conservative Federation as well as the wider Party. We have agreements with the Conservative Party and a variety of Conservative Members of Parliament for them to take on a number of our members each year, as interns whilst their complete their studies. Many of our students leave the university to secure full time jobs in Parliament, through these experiences and links they’ve enjoyed from the society. In 2018/19, all of the UEA Conservatives who had undertaken Parliamentary internships whilst at UEA graduated with contracts exchanged for full time Parliamentary jobs working for a variety of Government MP’s.
Committee (2019/20) -
President: Scott Arthur
Treasurer: Wini Dwebeng
General Secretary: Adam Stewart
Social Secretary (Events): John Tye
Social Secretary (Socials): Hassan Iqbal
Equality and Diversity Officer: Charley Le Grice
Campaigns Officer: Callum MacConnachie
Health and Safety Officer: Cameron Roberts
Publicity Officer: Seb Oliver
First Year Representative: [Election to be held: October 2019]
Union Council Representative: Arthur Boreham
The Association plays a key part in local politics and is committed to ensuring that there is a Conservative victory in 2022.
Join our 2019/20 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/219649378815372
This is the election for 1st Year Reps, to be elected into society, club and peer support group committees for the 2019-20 academic year.
1 post is up for election.
Nominations open at 10:00 on Monday 14 October 2019 (in 3 weeks and 5 days)
The polls open at 10:01 on Monday 28 October 2019 (in 5 weeks and 5 days)