The University works closely with the Students’ Union to improve the quality of the student experience. The Students' Union recruits up to 21 school representatives; they receive a £300 bursary for the work they do and are responsible for making sure the voice of the students is heard.
They do this by gathering student feedback, which is reported back to the Officer Trustees and staff at the Students’ Union. The Students’ Union then holds regular meetings with senior staff from the University, including the Vice-Chancellor and his Executive.
Meet your School Representatives
Course Representatives are a point of contact for any student enrolled on a programme and are elected by students from each programme. They represent the views of students to the University and to the Students’ Union through the School Representatives. Course Representatives can raise any concerns they may have or share ideas and best practice across the University.
All course representatives receive support, advice, guidance and training from the Students’ Union.
For more information about School Representatives and Course Representatives, contact the Representation department on 01642 342247, or email firstname.lastname@example.org