Student Reps

Every course at London Met should have a Student Rep. They are students elected by their peers to represent the voice of students on that course. Student Reps sit on course committee meetings and other school committees to represent the views of students and give them a voice in the decision-making process. They take up and act on concerns on behalf of students and provide feedback to the University. They are also a great way for the University and Students' Union to keep students informed and up-to-date on current issues.


Student Rep Christmas Social - Tue 5th December 5pm

You are hereby invited to join us for a Christmas drink and mince pie at the  at 5pm on Tuesday 11th December 5.00-7.00pm in the Rocket Bar, Holloway Road Campus. 




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The Students' Union would like to say a big thank you for all your great work so far this academic year work and hope you can join us so we can wish you a merry christmas everyone!

Hope to see you there! Please RSVP



Academic Year 2018-19 - Welcome to all new Student Reps 

Most elections for Student Rep have taken place now. Course Leaders have been busy facilitating the elecions and passing the details of the newly elected Student Reps to the Students' Union. If your course has not elected its student reps as yet then please speak to your Couse Leader. 


Become a Student Rep recruitment leaflet 2018-19 

Recruitment Presentation 2018 

Student Rep handbook 2018-19


Student Rep training 2018-19

All Student Reps need to attend one training session.  We are offering two different training sessions. Student Rep Training for new reps (2 hour course) for those who have not been trained before and a Student Rep refresher course for reps who have been trained in previous years (1 hour course). 

More training dates new student reps:

Tue 20th Nov 3.00-5.00pm in GSG-17b, Aldgate Campus click here to register 

Wed 21st Nov 4.00-6.00pm in MG5-13, Moorgate Campus  click here to register 

Thu 22nd Nov 10.00-12.00 in TMG-78, Holloway Campus  click here to register 

Mon 26th Nov 3.00-5.00pm in TMG79, Holloway Campus click here to register 

Wed 28th Nov 4.00-6.00pm in TMG79, Holloway Campus click here to register 

Thu 29th Nov 10.00-12.00 in MG3-15, Moorgate Campus  click here to register 


You only need to attend one session they are all the same 

For info email

Student Rep School forums 2018-19

Students and Student Reps are invited to attend the School forum for their school which take place each semester. They are an opportunity for student reps to meet each other, Students' Union officers and staff, Heads of School, Head of Student Experience & Outcomes and other senior school staff. Minutes from the semester one forums are available on the School's pages of this website (see foot of this page)

Tue 6th November 1-2pm - Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design Student Rep forum. 
Aldgate Campus,  GSG17a Gouslton Street (off the atrium) 

Wed 21st November 1-2pm School of Human Sciences
Holloway, TMG-78 red zone

Thu 22nd November 1-2pm School of Social Sciences
Holloway, BEL2-10 green zone

Tue 27th November 1-2pm  School of Social Professions
TMG-67 (red zone) please note new location. 

Wed 28th November 1-2pm School of Computing  and Digital Media (Holloway Campus)
Holloway, TG-30 (the Henry Thomas Room) 

Thu 6th December 1-2pm Guildhall School of Business and Law
Moorgate, MG2-15

Thu 6th December 1-2pm School of Computing & Digital Media (City Campus)
GSG19B, Goulston St, Aldgate Campus 


NUS and Student Reps - you are not alone! 

Most Students' Unions up and down the UK (and beyond) have Student or Course Reps Schemes. As a London Met Student Rep, you are one amongst thousands! Check out the NUS Student Engagement Toolkit for the latest advice, assistance and best practice for Course Reps from the National Union of Students (NUS).

Eddie Rowley (staff)
Student Voice Coordinator - Engagement & Campaigns
0207 133 4703



Labour Leader and local MP for Islington Jeremy Corbyn MP, addressing Student Reps on the importance of elected representatives.