Each year, hundreds of students volunteer their time to represent their peers and make the University a better place for us all.


From Programmme Representatives working at the local level within Schools, to Sabbatical Officers who take a paid break from their studies to work full-time for a year representing students' views to the University, there are student representatives at all levels of the University working on a wide variety of issues.


If you feel that there's something about your School, or the University a whole, that could be improved then contact your student representatives and let them know. 


Becoming a student representative is an excellent way to boost you confidence, feel more connected with the University, and make a real difference for students like you. Programme Representatives are recruited at the beginning of the academic year – if you are interested you should speak to your Programme Director or Course Organiser. All other student representatives are elected by students in our annual elections.