Course Reps

The Role of a Course or PGR Rep

 

Who is my Course or PGR Rep? 

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What is a Course Rep?

Course Reps focus on finding ways to develop and improve the academic experience of students on their course.

There is at least 1 position available per year per course.

Course Reps represent students attend their Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) once a semester. The SSLC acts as a forum for students and staff to discuss a range of issues.

 

What is a PGR Rep? 

PGR Reps focus on finding ways to develop and improve the academic experience of Post Graduate Research students in thier faculty.

There are 2 PGR Rep positions per faculty.

PGR Reps represent students  attend their Faculty Research and Innovation Committee (FRIC). The FRIC acts as a forum for students and staff to discuss a range of issues.

 

 

Course and PGR Rep Responsibilties:

- Attend training and remain in contact with the Students’ Union
- Attend/send a report to their SSLC or FRIC
- Gather student opinion and feed back outcomes to students

 

Support and benefits:

- A Rep Coordinator as a key contact to provide guidance and support
- A number of further developmental opportunities
- The opportunity to register as a volunteer and create a transcript of skills and experience
- A free hoody
 

 

I am a Course Rep

 Are you already a Course Rep? Access your Course Rep resources and more above.

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