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Help to create positive change on your course, in your school, and at the University by becoming a Course Rep. You'll gain new skills, meet new friends, and get to make a change. 

What are Course Reps?

A Course Rep is a student who signs up to represent students on their programme. Course Reps collect feedback from students, listening to their views and opinions. They then communicate this feedback to School Reps (students who are elected each year), staff at the University, and the SU. They receive training, support, and social opportunities from us at the Students' Union!

Why do we need to have Course Reps?

Course Reps are the main link between students and staff - it means that student voice is heard at all levels of the University. This way, it's students who get to shape their education and improve their University experience - students are the experts in what they need!

What's in it for me if I become a Course Rep?

You'll learn loads of new skills that you can apply in future employment and life after University. You'll make a difference to the experience of students on your course and beyond. Get the opportunity to meet new people and make friends with other representatives at coffee mornings and socials. Plus, through our reward and recognition programme you'll get the chance to earn either a Bronze, Silver, or Gold accreditation, plus get your role on your degree when you graduate!

How much time does it take?

Being a Course Rep doesn't require loads of time. We ask that you spend about 4 hours a month collecting feedback from students and attending meetings. You'll need to attend training, run by the SU, plus some meetings throughout the year with your School Rep.

How do I become a Course Rep?

All you need to do is sign-up here. When you've signed up, SU staff will be in contact to arrange your training (where you'll receive your free Course Rep T-shirt).

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