A strong team of Student Reps is essential in ensuring that student voices are heard. As a Student Rep you are the bridge between students and the wider University and have an excellent opportunity to make a difference to your own experience, that of your classmates, and across the wider university.
If you’ve never done anything like this before you don’t need to worry. We support 500 student reps each academic year with bespoke training and skills workshops. We also run regular sessions enabling Student Reps to network and share best practice. We also have a dedicated Student Representation Coordinator within SAUWS who is here to support all aspects of representation.
If you want to become a Student Rep you can talk to your programme leaders or contact the Student Representation Coordinator below.
You can find the Student Representation job description here.
The pages in this section will give you more information about being a Student Representative. If you have any further questions, you can contact Sabina Lawrie the Student Representation Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @DrSabinaLawrie
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