The PGR Rep Bye-Election 2019
What is a Rep?
Reps are students, elected by their peers, who work to champion the views and interests of students. They provide an essential link between you, the Students’ Union and the University.
I am a Course Rep - Rep Hub
Are you already a Course Rep? Access your Course Rep resources and more above.
How do Reps act upon my feedback?
Your Representatives have a responsibility to listen to your feedback and then present the information at various meetings throughout the University. This will go to your Course Leaders, Lecturers, Faculty Dean, all the way up to the Vice Chancellor. Actions are then decided and underatken by relevant staff, ensuring the best academic quality of your course and your maximising your Univeristy experience.
The Executive Committee
Want to find out what your Executive Officer, Campaign or Faculty Reps do? Find out more above.
Find Your Course Rep or Postgraduate Research RepAre you looking for academic representation on your course? Find your Course Rep or Postgraduate Research Rep above.
Were you looking for our NUS Delegates? Find them here: National Conference Delegates
Becoming a Rep is a great way to work with other students and staff at all levels of the University to make positive change.
At Anglia Ruskin University, over 600 of our students volunteer their time to be a Rep. They benefit from experience and opportunities which help to develop key employability skills including communication, negotiation, problem solving and strategic thinking. All positions are part-time and voluntary.
How Can I Become a Rep?
All students who are members of ARU Students' Union are able to stand for election as a Rep in a maximum of three roles: one Course Rep or Postgraduate Research Rep, one Campaign or Faculty Rep role and one National Conference Delegate position.
By becoming a Rep you will benefit from experience and opportunities which will help you to develop key employability skills including communication, negotiation, problem solving and strategic thinking within the following tasks:
- Gathering feedback from students using a variety of tools.
- Presenting feedback impartially in University meetings.
- Working in partnership to find and negotiate solutions to issues.
- Communicating feedback with students.
Executive Officers, Faculty Reps and Campaign Reps are elected during our annual Executive Elections in February / March. Course Reps, Postgraduate Research Reps and National Conference Delegates are elected in October. To nominate yourself as a candidate, please look out for information on the website in the build up to the above election times. To find out more about each role, please click on the tabs above.
All positions are part-time and voluntary.
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