Course Rep Elections

Find out how you can get involved with our Course Rep elections here!

Course Rep Elections

Each year of each course has at least one Course Rep. 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.

To become a Course Rep, you need to be elected by the students on your course during an election run by the Students’ Union. Elections take place at the beginning of each academic year for First Year Reps, those on one-year taught postgraduate courses and some vacancies for continuing students. Once elected, reps will remain in post for one academic year. The Course Rep election will happen on an annual basis. 

For any questions or issues submitting a nomination please email Leigh at leigh.rooney@qmul.ac.uk 


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Once elected, all reps should attend the Student Partnership Conference on Saturday 26th October. More information on the conference and
sign-up here. 

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If you cannot attend the conference, alternative training dates will be published. 

Find out more

For any questions regarding course rep elections please contact our Education Coordinator on SU-coursereps@qmul.ac.uk

For a full list of all current Course Rep positions, click here