What are Student Reps?
Every course at London Met should have a Student Rep, students elected by their peers to represent the voice of students on that course. Student Reps represent thei cohort (the level/year of their course) around academic and related issues affecting more than one students. They provide feedback to staff, raise issues on behalf of their cohort, disucss solutions and give students a voice in the decision-making process. For full information on all things Student Rep related please view our Student Rep handbook 2021-22.
Election of Student Reps for 2021-22
Depending on the course and the cohort (level or year of the course), Student Reps for academic year 2021-22 were either elected in May 2021 or will be elected in October 2021. Cohorts which were 'continuing' in May 2021 for example level 4 (year 1) courses going into level 5 (year 2) are likely to have already elected their reps. New cohorts will elect their reps in October 2021. Your Course Leader will facilitate the election of Student Rep for your cohort. All students should be given the opportunity to stand for the role and the decision reached democratically.
School Rep Assistants
School Rep Assistants are new for 2021-22 academic year. They are Student Reps main contact point withing the Students' Union. Keep in touch with them, inform them of the feedback you give and the issues you are raising with your teaching staff. Let them know if you are experiencing any difficulties or need any further training. School Rep Assistants are current London Met student (and often Student Reps) employed by the Students' Union to support Student Reps.
||School of Computing and Digital Media
||School of Art, Architecture and Design
||School of Human Sciences
||School of Social Sciences and Professions (specifically Social Sciences)
|Chiara Della Corte
||Guildhall School of Business and Law
||School of Social Sciences and Professions (specifically Social Professions)
Student Rep Training
On-demand training: You can do this online whenever it is convenient for you. It will take you approx. one hour. Click here to start.
Please note further training covering using data, leadership, equality and diversity, safeguarding, using google mail, docs and calendar is all available on the Student Reps 2021-22 web learn organisation. All reps should be enrolled on the organisation. If you are not please speak to your School Rep Assistant.
Course Committee Meetings (CCMs)
These are meetings organised by your School, rather than the Students' Union. Key stakeholders such as Course Leaders, other academics, library staff and most importantly Student Reps meet to discuss and review the course. They are a time for reps to provide feedback to staff, raise issues and discuss solutions. They are mandatory for Student Reps to attend, i.e. you must attend. Your Course Leader should ensure they are held at a time when you do not have a class. The Students' Union have advised schools to hold these, if at all possible, in early-mid November (semester one) and in mid-late March (semester two).
Student Rep School-wide Meetings
The meetings take place in each School once a semester. They are attended by Student Reps, key Students' Union and School staff. The discuss school-wide issues reps may raise and thematic areas of interest. Reps and staff work together to co-develop solutions. Spring 2022 meetings:
Tuesday 3rd May 1.00-2.00 - School of Computing and Digital Media
Wednesday 4th May 1.00-2.00pm - School of Social Sciences and Professions
Thursday 5th May 1.00-2.00pm - School of Art, Architecture and Design
For link to meetings please log-in to this site via the top-right corner)
Student Rep Weblearn Organisation 'Student Reps 2021-22'
Once elected, Student Reps will be enrolled onto our new Student Rep Weblearn Organisation. This will be the main resources for Student Reps and will include student rep contact details, training and other resources, minutes of relevant university committees, training and developmental resources and various discussion forums you can log on to and get involved in the latest discussion and debate and work in partnership with other Reps.
Student Rep Resources 2021-22
Student Rep Role description 2021-22
Student Rep handbook 2021-22
Student Rep time-line 2021-22
Student Rep handbook (Course Leader version)
Student Rep Recruitment Presentation 2021-22
Student Rep Training Presentation 2021-22
Student Council and other Student Voice activities
There are 24 seats on the Student Council reserved for Student Reps. We hold monthly Student-Officer Meetings (usually the last Thursday of the month at 4pm) and our Annual Members Meeting, all of which Student Reps are encouraged to attend and get involved in. They are entirely optional though. The Students' Union holds a variety of other activites and events outside of the Student Voice area, check out our homepage for more information.
Eddie Rowley (staff)
Student Voice Coordinator (Representation and Democracy)
Students' Union President