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.
Academic Year 2018-19 - February starters - Welcome to all new Student Reps
A big welcome to all our semester two starter students. Your course leaders will be during the first few weeks of the semester facilitating election for student reps for each year of each course. They will then pass your contact details to us and we will be in touch regarding training etc. Please see below for information:
Student Rep forums - May 2019
School of Computing & Digital Media - Monday 13th May 1.00-2.00pm in Room GC1-08, Graduate Centre, Holloway Campus
Minutes of the student rep forum are avaialbe for all student on request please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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.