Course Representatives

Everything you need to know about your Course Representatives

Course Rep of the Month

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Each year of each course has at least one Course Representative. Course Reps are the key link between students and staff in their school.

They seek out students' views and represent them at Staff Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) meetings, work in partnership with staff to improve their course and resolve any course-related issues as they arise throughout the year. Course Reps work closely with the Students' Union to campaign for change and make things better for students.

Take a look at the Role Descriptions here: 

Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught Reps

Postgraduate Research Reps 

For any questions regarding how to be a course rep or support whilst in the role, please contact:

Do you go above and beyond as a Course Rep or know a Course Rep who does?

Do you fulfil any of the below criteria? Nominate for the Course Rep of the Month!
  1. Evidence of being proactive and taking initiative;
  2. Evidence of collecting and representing the opinions of all or majority of students that they represent;
  3. Evidence of taking measures to tackle the issues raised by their peers, and proposing changes and action points while providing feedback;
  4. Evidence of using negotiation and persuasion techniques effectively and researching the issue and possible avenues for resolving it (5Rs of Representation in action);
  5. Evidence of working collaboratively with other reps, faculty reps, Education Coordinator and VP Education, and other relevant members of staff within the university and the SU;
  6. Evidence of championing the SU values and raising awareness of current campaigns or events;
  7. Evidence of engaging with/attending SSLCs;
  8. Evidence of attending the SPC/alternative training.