UAL Student Reps

One of the key ways in which you can give us your feedback is through your Student Representative or you could become a Student Rep yourself.

What is a Student Representative?

There are different types of student representatives who work with the University to improve your experience. This includes at least one Course Representative (Rep) for every course at the University.

Course Reps

Your Course Representatives are elected each year by students on your course – elections usually take place in the first few weeks of term. You will have the chance to vote.

Course Reps work closely with the course team to make sure that your views are heard, and they also attend regular course and programme committee meetings where they represent the views of you and your fellow students.

There are also student representatives on each of your College’s main academic committees, and Students’ Union representatives on all of the main University committees. Student reps are therefore a powerful voice, helping to make positive changes to your experience.

Find out more about becoming a Course Rep

Other Student Reps

Student Reps are also voted for at school, college and University level. One of their main roles is to attend University committees to represent the views and opinions of students when key decisions are made.

Find out more about the role of students on committees