Course Feedback

Refreshers 2021

From Monday 18th January, we are hosting lots of online events and activities for you to get involved with. From Comedy Nights to Meditation Sessions, from Quizzes to Prize Bingo. Take a look at our Refreshers events here.

Applications are Open

Apply now to be a full-time officer, a campaign rep or a faculty rep for 2021/22. Make a difference to the lives of ARU Students.

Welcome Back

We look forward to welcoming you back for this trimester! We want to hear from you as we enter the third lockdown.

Be a Volunteer Hero
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Join a Community. Become a Volunteer Hero!
Join a community of ARU students who are supporting their local community and making a difference to the lives and environments around us by becoming a Volunteer Hero.

Join the Free Rice Challenge!

Free Rice is a free to play, online game, where you answer a variety of questions, based on your chosen subject. For every answer you get correct, the World Food Programme (WFP) will receive 10 grains of rice (or the money equivalent) who donate it to various WFP projects across the world.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are monitoring the unfolding situation of the Coronavirus carefully and are adhering to Public Health England guidance. It’s important to remember the risk to the UK population is currently low. We are aware that students may be worried or have concerns about a whole range of issues related to the virus. If you have a query or concerns then please take a look at our page.


Course Feedback

How do I feedback?


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1. Tell your Class Rep

The easiest way to feedback about something on your course is to let your Class Rep know.

If you are unsure of who your Class Rep is this year, contact Izzie with details of which group you are in and she can find out.
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2. Your Class Rep then passes this on to your Course Champion

If your feedback is quick to fix they will work alongside relevant staff to find a solution.

If your feedback is relevant to others in your class, your Class Rep will pass the feedback on to your Course Champion

If your feedback is something individual just to you, they will help signpost you to the right place for help.

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3. Your Course Champion takes this forward to the University

Course Champions look after all the Class Reps from within their course, so once they have feedback from the different reps, they will take that to the University through a meeting called an SSLC (Student Staff Liaison Committee) three times a year.

If the feedback they receive cannot wait until the next meeting, they will work with the Students' Union and Vice President to ensure this is raised quickly.

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4. You find out what happened


After the SSLC's have taken place, your Course Champions will feed back to the Class Reps from within their course, who can then relay all relevant information to you.


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Meet the Course Champions 2020 - 2021


Pius Mankrado, Business and Healthcare Course ChampionAlexandra Sztojka, Business and Marketing Course ChampionOlaide Falola, Law Course ChampionMarian Okunola, Postgraduate Course Champion

Marius Abitei, Business and Tourism Course ChampionHalil Dragjoshi, Finance and Accounting Course ChampionAngela Brown, Health and Social Care Course ChampionPaul-Rares Danaila, Business and Law Course Champion

Lenke Galambodi, Business and HR Course ChampionDomenico Improta, Business and Hospitality Course ChampionAdebisi Sasi, International Business Management Course Champion


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