Having an issue with your course? Do you have an idea? Want to give your department feedback? You are in the right place!
Course Reps (previously Programme Reps) collect your views and raise them with your department. They are a vital link to ensure your views are heard. If you have any issues relating to your course they should be your first point of contact. You can speak to your Reps in person, between lectures or submit any issues online to your School President.
Course Reps attend department Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) meetings, to offer feedback what you think about your course and work with departments to resolve issues. There is one Rep position for each part of each course. To become a Course Rep you will need to nominate yourself at the start of the year.
Contact your Course Rep
There is one School President (previously Programme President) per department or school. They are responsible for coordinating the Course Reps and act as the main point of contact for more serious issues which may need escalating within the University. They also attend strategic department meetings e.g. Annual Programme Review (APR). To become a School President you must have previously been a Course Rep and only previous Course Reps can vote for the School President – this happens at the end of the academic year.
Contact your School President
Having difficulties contacting your Course Rep? Email Hannah Barton, Education EO, email@example.com