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Course Reps – Your Role

As you hopefully know, a Course Rep is an elected student who volunteers to gather student feedback and voice it to the University. You provide a way for students to communicate their diverse range of opinions and experiences to the staff who deliver their courses, and to make change happen. Course Reps have three responsibilities: Research…

Top Tips for Course Reps

We know that starting a new role can be tricky, so we’ve collated 10 top tips to remind you about important elements of your role and to help you as you research, represent, and report back. 1. Gather factual data Using your MySurrey Voice discussion board is a great way to collect opinions from students and…

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Course Reps

Course Reps are the driving force behind improving programmes at Surrey and so much more. They are elected to be responsible for collecting feedback and working with the Union and University to see change happen.  We have over 550 Course Reps who form an essential part of the Voice Zone and academic representation. If you’re interested in developing your own personal…

Course Rep Meetings​

As a Rep, you’ll be invited to several different meetings which provide you with opportunities to represent the feedback you’ve gathered from your fellow students. Here’s some information about each one.  Meeting FAQs Q: Who will invite me to each meeting? A: For your departmental meetings, your invitations will come via email from a member of…

Course Rep Toolkit

Here you’ll find resources and information that will help you in your role as a Course Rep, including top tips, employability guidance, and the Rep Handbook.  FAQs A student has approached me with feedback about our course, how do I proceed? If the issue immediately needs fixing, like a problem with resourses or timetable clashes, speak directly to…

Course Rep Removal Policy

The following are guidelines should it come to light that a cohort is not being effectively represented by their elected Course Rep or PGR Rep. Attendance records show Rep has not attended any of the necessary training or representative meetings, or sent apologies. OR concerns are raised by either students in the cohort or a member…