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StrathReps

StrathReps are an essential link between the student body, Students’ Union and the University. The feedback they collect helps make positive changes at programme, department, faculty and university level at the University of Strathclyde.

StrathReps nominations open soon!

Rep elections for January intake programmes will take place on the Strathclyde Mobile App. Nominations open week commencing 16th January.

Vote for who represents your programme from Tuesday 24th January to Thursday 26th January.

Below is the full timetable for the elections.

Strath Reps

Dates

Nominations Open: 

Tuesday 17th January, 12:00

Nominations Close:

Friday 20th January, 12:00

Voting Opens: 

Tuesday 24th January, 12:00

Voting Closes: 

Thursday 26th January, 17:00

Rep Training Begins

1st February

Who are your reps?

Vice President Education

Arran is the elected full-time officer who deals with all matters relating to the learning and teaching experience of all students. If you have any ideas for a change or campaign that could be successful in improving the academic experience of students, get in touch! (link to officers page)

Your Officers

Programme Reps

Programme Reps are volunteers who act as a liaison between students and academic staff members. These reps attend 1 or 2 Student Staff Liaison Committees (SSLCs) per semester and are tasked with communicating student feedback to lecturers and tutors alike. Our programme reps play a key role in ensuring that the student voice is heard and their feedback allows academics to make changes benefitting the student experience.

Programme Reps

Faculty Reps

Undergraduate, Postgraduate-Taught, and Postgraduate-Research Faculty Reps represent the views of the students on numerous committees at Faculty level and work closely with their Vice Dean Academic to express the student voice and enhance the student experience.

Faculty Reps

Post-Graduate Research Reps

PGR Reps are current PhD students who represent students within their Department and play a crucial role in shaping the PGR student experience. PGR Reps put forward students’ views and opinions on matters relating to research, supervision, and facilities in the research environment. They help to create solutions and act as a communication channel between staff members and PhD students.

Post-Graduate Research Reps

If you have any questions, please get in touch with us at strathunion.rep@strath.ac.uk

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