Representing students’ academic interests is one of the core purposes of the Students’ Union and links strongly to our strategic aim to improve students’ education. One of the most prominent ways we do this is through our 300+ elected academic reps.

If you're interested in becoming a Course Rep or a Senior Course Rep, sign-up takes place in May and again in October so look out for announcements on how to get involved! 

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Calling All LSS Students!

Fri 12 Apr 2024

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the School Rep position in the School of LSS has re-opened for nominations. So, you now have the chance to stand for the role and look out for the interests of the students in your School during our Summer Elections.

Rep of the Month: William Coote

Wed 27 Mar 2024

This month, we are recognising Computer Science and Mathematics Course Rep, William Coote, as Rep of the Month.

School of Humanities Spotlight

Wed 14 Feb 2024

We've reached the end of our School Spotlight series as we discuss all things Humanities with School Rep, Izzy!

School of EPMS Spotlight

Fri 09 Feb 2024

We're spotlighting the School of Engineering, Physical and Mathematical Sciences. From reworking your assessment schedule to mid-term surveys to extending lab opening times, EPMS has turned your feedback into action.

School of Business & Management Spotlight

Thu 08 Feb 2024

This week, we continue to put the spotlight on each School to find out about how they have been representing your academic interests! Today, we're catching up with the School of Business and Management.

School of LSE Spotlight

Fri 02 Feb 2024

This week, we've been catching up with our School Reps on what they've been up to and to find out some exciting department updates! Today, we're catching up with School of Life Sciences and the Environment (LSE) Rep, Isabella Neergaard.