As an Academic Rep you can make real change and help fellow students get the most from their course - It also looks great on your CV!
With ongoing training and development opportunities you’ll be supported to make change by both HUU and the University of Hull.
At the start of each academic year they sign up to raise any concerns or issues and communicate positive feedback with members of University staff. This happens through Student-Staff Forums. University-wide issues are discussed at Course Rep Forums.
Need more information or have any questions? Email [email protected].
We thought you’d like to see exactly why being a Course Rep can help you, and other students, so much:
Course Reps are responsible for representing the academic views and concerns of those on their course.
Download the Course Rep role description here.
To sign up as a Course Rep for 2018/19, please click here and fill in the short form. Our team will be back in touch soon with more information.
It's super easy to do your rep training - it takes less than sixty minutes! You can do it online, here.
Need a refresh on your rep training? Find here the Course Rep Handbook.
Subject Reps represent the student voice at school and subject level meetings. They meet with Course Reps from their subject to find out key issues and good practice and relay this information to University staff.
Subject Reps play a vital role in sharing information between Course Reps and Faculty Reps. Becoming a Subject Rep is a brilliant way to be a bigger part of the academic experience, get further training and take on more responsibility.
Download the Subject Rep role description here.
To sign up to be a Subject Rep for 2018/19, please click here to fill in the short form. Our team we will be in contact soon with more information.
We are no longer taking applications to become a History, Physics, Marketing, Biology, Law, Psychology, Politics, Chemistry or English Subject Rep as these positions have been filled.
Faculty Reps represent students at faculty level and work closely with Subject Reps , University staff and the President of Education.
This is a fantastic volunteer opportunity for experience and CV building and is perfect for those with drive, initiative, and determination to play a vital role in student representation.
Faculty Reps work with senior staff at the University of Hull and have a seat on Union Council, enabling them to have a say in HUU governance and policy.
Download the Faculty Rep role description here.
Faculty Reps are appointed on an annual basis, through a process of application and interview. The application process will open for 2019/20 in spring 2019.