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Student Representatives

What is a Course Rep?

Also known as Programme Reps, Year Reps and Student Leaders, Course Reps represent the students on their course/programme of study. They are appointed by staff or elected by fellow students, and supported by their school or faculty.

Course Representatives at LUBS

The course representative role helps to provide student led change and an excellent student experience. Student reps take part in:

  • Student Staff forums;
  • communicating key messages from staff to students;
  • working with staff to build community within the cohort; and
  • engaging with the principles of the Partnership agreement.

Watch the following short videos from Opeyemi Adeyemo and Nicolaos Koukkoulli, two of our former school reps, to hear about their experiences of the role.

Want to get involved?

Information for students who are interested in becoming a course representative will soon be published on the Student Guide - check the News section and your University emails over the coming weeks for details of what is involved in being a rep and how to apply.