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 are part of course committees 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. Their role is to raise academic and related issues on behalf of their course to teaching staff, the school and university. They liaise with coursemates, provide feedback to teaching staff and act as a communication channel between the university and students. To find out more about what Student Reps, their duties, what you have to gain and the new skills to learn please see our
Student Rep recruitment presentation and Student Rep recruitment leaflet and our brand new video..
When and how are they elected?
Student Reps are elected during the first few weeks of teaching. In Semester one that means in early to mid-October 2020 and for courses which commence in semester two in late January - early February 2021. Your course leader, with the support of the Students' Union, will over see the election of the Student Reps for your course. Speak to your Couse leader as soon as possible!
Who is my Student Rep?
To view a full list of all current student reps by school and course firstly login to this page (click top right corner) and then click this large red icon to your right
Student Rep Training
All student reps need to be trained. To complete our 'on-demand' training please click here. You will need about 45 minutes to complete the training
Student Rep forums - December 2020 & January 2021
We are holding a series of Stusdent rep forums in December 2020. At these get-togethers we will be asking reps for they thriughs in the results of the recent Student Experience Survey and how we respond as a Students' Union and University to the results.
School of Computing and Digital Media Student Rep Forum - Mon 14 December 1.00-2.00pm
School of Social Professions Student Rep Forum - Tue 15 December 1.00-2.00pm
Guildhall School of Business and Law - Tuesday 15th December 5.00-6.00pm
School of Social Sciences Student Rep Forum - Wed 16th December 1.30-2.30
School of Human Sciences - Fri 18th December 1.00-2.00pm
Art, Architecture and Design - Tue 12th January 1.00-2.00pm
To access the links to attend these forums please log-in to this website, using your usual username and password, via the top-right hand corner.
Student Rep handbook and other training resources
Student Rep handbook 2020/21 - the essential guide to student representation at London Met
decision-making flowchart - what to do when students present you with issues
signposting guide - other uni support services to direct student to
Training presentation part A - to accompany our 'on demand basic training' and for general info
Training presentation part B - to accompany our 'on demand basic training' and for general info
Student Rep Weblearn Organisation 'Student Reps 2020-21'
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.
Eddie Rowley (staff)
Student Voice Coordinator - Engagement & Campaigns
Students' Union President