You may be surprised to hear that 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 400+ elected academic reps.
This site aims to act as a hub of information for students, reps and staff, so to make sure you’re getting the most relevant information possible, let us know who you are.
Thu 15 Oct 2020
The results are in, and we're excited to reveal who has been elected as your academic reps, Collective convenors and Societies, Sports & Opportunities Executive members.
Sun 20 Sep 2020
What time is it? It’s representation time! Over the next three weeks, the student body will be filling over 400 representative positions from across the University as academic reps, Collective convenors and Student Executive members.
Fri 18 Sep 2020
As we prepare to open academic rep elections on Monday 21 September, VP Education Alissa Chohan talks through the academic rep system, and why becoming a rep will give you so many transferable skills to benefit your future career goals!
Thu 10 Sep 2020
In March 2020 you elected five brand-new school reps to represent your interests at the highest level of the academic representation structure and we are delighted to introduce you to them!
School Reps play a key role in improving students’ academic experience, working hard to make sure your ideas and concerns are heard at the highest level. If you're from the School of Humanities, make sure you get to know your School Rep, Vaanee Sarihyan.
School Reps play a key role in improving students’ academic experience, working hard to make sure your ideas and concerns are heard at the highest level. If you're from the School of Business & Management, make sure you get to know your School Rep, Toby Bates.
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