Course reps represent their coursemates, collecting feedback and working with the course team to improve your academic experience. They also sit on the Students' Union Student Council, where they discuss and vote with other reps on ideas to improve the student experience.
Interested in becoming a rep? Nominations open on September 20th - you'll be able to nominate yourself for the role below from that date - you can also email email@example.com for more info about the role.
This year we're electing course reps a little differently. We've worked with your course teams over the summer to find the best election method that works for your course, so some courses will be electing their reps on the website here, and some will be doing so in class. Log into the website in the top right and once you have, the widget below will show you which route your course is using to elect a rep.
Electing in-class Email your course lead or lecturer to let them know that you'd like to run for the course rep role, and keep an eye out for comms from your course team about when your classes rep election will be.
Electing online? Then scroll below to put yourself forward!
Nothing showing up for you? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help!
Become a course rep!
Become a PhD Rep!
We are currently running elections for PhD Reps, who function much like course reps but represent PhD students across their school. You can find out more info about the rep role and standing to be a candidate by clicking the buttons below, and nominate yourself below too!