Course Representatives are the vital link between students and staff ensuring that the student voice is heard and that the university is student driven.
Every year of each course has a Course Rep. You can find your course rep using the tab to the left. Course reps are there to represent students and to feedback to departments so that changes can be made,so please contact them directly with any concerns or ideas that you have (no matter how small).
What are Course Representatives?
Course reps ensure that any feedback from the student body regarding problems with courses or departments or ideas to make positive changes, are passed onto staff members in the department and onto their faculty rep. This allows the staff members of each department to get a real insight into what is going wrong and what is going right and what they need to change. It also means the faculty reps get a view of wider problems and can pass these onto the Education and Welfare Officer and University staff.
What would I do as a Course Rep?
What would I get out of being a Course Rep?
How to become a course rep
Course reps for the Academic Year 2012 - 2013 were elected at the start of term. Elections for the 2013-2014 academic year will take place in October 2013.