Reps

Your elected Representatives’ core role is to represent your voice and your needs, by gathering your feedback and ensuring it’s heard, valued and acted upon. Your Reps work hard to make sure your University experience is constantly improving and evolving.
Students talking and taking notes at The Big Rep Meeting

Making positive change

Every course and year group has a student Rep, elected by their peers, who will gather your feedback and make your voice heard. They will work in partnership with your Department/Subject Chairs and relevant staff to ensure your feedback is listened to, valued, and acted upon. By keeping in contact with your Rep, you will be updated on any progress.

Or become a Rep yourself. Are you someone who enjoys getting involved, or who wants to help other students feel part of their university? Maybe you really love your subject, and want to work with other Reps and staff to explore how to engage students more. You don’t have to be the most confident or outgoing person to be a Rep; you just need to have an interest in creating a really great student experience.

Who are student reps?

Student Reps are vital in making sure the student voice is heard at every level of the University decision making process! Every course year group has a student Rep, elected by their peers, who will gather your feedback and work with course leaders to ensure your voice is listened to, valued and acted upon. Reps work in partnership with the Students' Union, the University and the students to make sure the University environment is constantly evolving and shaping in response to your feedback.

Become a student rep

Are you someone who enjoys getting involved, or who wants to help other students feel part of their university? Maybe you really love your subject, and want to work with other Reps and staff to explore how to engage students more. You don’t have to be the most confident or outgoing person to be a Rep; you just need to have an interest in creating a really great student experience.

Benefits include:

  • Access to training and resources for how to gather feedback, signpost students, and escalate feedback to the appropriate people
  • Developing transferable skills in problem solving, leadership, networking, inclusivity and representation that will benefit your career path
  • The chance to influence and make positive change that ensures your course and university experience is the best it can be for you and your peers

Feed back to your Rep

Once elections for course reps have taken place (28th – 30th September 2020) you will be able to find out who your rep is here. By keeping in contact with your Rep, you will be updated on any progress.

You can give feedback on:

  • Learning and teaching
  • Assessment and feedback
  • Student community
  • Employability
  • Campus facilities
  • Wellbeing and support
  • Accessibility and inclusivity
  • Any other part of your university experience

Giving your feedback

Giving your feedback to Course Reps is the most effective way of making positive changes to your learning experience for you and your peers. If you have feedback about another element of your university experience, or if you would prefer to enter the feedback anonymously then please click on ROS to enter your suggestions for improvement.

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