Programme Representatives


Programme Reps are at the heart of the Students’ Union. Programme Reps are the first line of contact for the University and the SU in gaining honest and relevant feedback – both good and bad – from students on their academic experience. By talking to fellow students and speaking to staff both through committees and informally, you help improve the Student Experience. Being a Rep allows you to network, get recognition of your work with awards and it’s a great way to meet other students in your school, with lots of programme rep events and meet ups.

How to get involved 

Programme Reps are chosen within each programme at the beginning of the Academic year. If you would be interested in being a Programme Rep, speak to you Programme director for information of when Programme Reps will be elected and how to put yourself forward. Find us in the Students' Union office, in Drysdale EG01, via phone or email.

Important dates
Benefits to getting involved 
  • Demonstrate how you've taken on additional responsibilities, managed your time and you are motivated to improve situations in a positive way
  • Network with fellow students and staff
  • Meet people who aren't on your course!
  • Receive a Programme Rep award
  • Plenty of guidance and support is offered through the Students' Union, including training that takes place through the year.
When does it take place? 

You will attend Student-Staff Liaison Committees and Student Experience Committees once a term.

There will be lots of fun events throughout the year you can attend such as meet ups, the Programme Rep conference and Students' Union events.

Where does it take place? 

On campus

Who can apply? 

Any student can get involved. There are only one or two programme representatives for each programme. They are elected by their fellow students.

More information 


 Umar Yunas-Chaudhery, Vice President for Education


 +44 (0)20 7040 5614