How can I get involved?

Become a Member

To become a member please  complete our first tier online application form, and send your formal letter requesting membership on letter head paper and a copy of your constitution or charter by email to    or by post to Commonwealth Students’ Association Coordinator, Commonwealth Secretariat, Youth Affairs Division, Marlborough House, Pall Mall, London, United Kingdom,  SW1Y 5HX.  Please find our membership criteria by clicking here.

Join a Regional Working Group

To ensure the continuing success of  student advocacy in the Commonwealth, the CSA relies on the knowledge and expertise of student associations and organisations from across the Commonwealth.  Each region has student leaders and advocates ready to promote the work and strategic priorities of the CSA.   The regional working groups ensure that the issues and concerns of students are represented at regional and Commonwealth levels.  To find out how you can get involved with the work in your region; or to contact your regional representatives and working group visit the ‘Regions’ Section of the website.

Become a Commonwealth Student Organiser (CSO)

Commonwealth Student Organisers are important in raising the profile of the CSA in their country/school/college/university.  CSOs will help promote the the work of face to face, online or any other creative method they decide.  If you are interested please send your CV and one page cover letter stating why you would like to become a CSO; send it to ; stating ‘ Commonwealth Student Organiser’ as the subject of your email.

Do you write? Take pictures? Become one of our Bloggers

Have any issues close to your heart? Are you a journalist? Do you have something to say?  Want to challenge, inspire or inform students across the Commonwealth?  Why not join our ever growing pool of talented bloggers!  Please click here  to find out more information on how to send in a video, article or photograph.