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. 
 
We run a set of rep elections at the start of the autumn and spring terms. Some courses might not have elected a rep in these elections. You can find out if your course has a rep or not here - if they don't, then it could be you!
 
 

Interested in becoming a rep? Email su.democracy@uos.ac.uk for more info about the role.

 

Business Administration - April starters course rep election

 

We are also running elections for the April intake of Business Administration - nominate yourself and check out the Rep Charter, role guide and candidate handbook below!


Course Rep Elections April 2022

Course reps represent the academic interests of students on their course, working with their course teams to action feedback from their course mates and representing them at SU meetings like Student Council. Candidates to be a course rep agree to the terms in the Course Rep Charter, found here: https://www.uosunion.org/yourvoice/2representatives/1coursereps/

1 post is up for election.

Nominations are now closed.

The polls open at 09:00 on Monday 23 May 2022 (in 3 hours and 9 minutes)

Please log in to see more details.

 

 

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!

No elections are currently running

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