Who are Programme Reps?
Programme Reps are students from your programme who volunteer to represent your academic interests. There are usually two Programme Reps per level of each programme.
What do Programme Reps do?
Programme Representative represent your academic interests by gathering feedback and your views on issues that affect you. The type of issues we deal with include module deadlines, cancelled lectures, late lecturers, unavailability of past exam papers, limited access to lab equipment/facilities and so much that affects studies at UEL.
Why are Programme Reps important?
Your feeback is crucial towards shaping the University's decision-making processes. Programme Reps promote a culture of partnership between various stakeholders within the University; UEL staff, other Programme Reps, and the Students' Union.
When do Programme Reps represent "Me"?
They represent your feedback at various Schools and Programme committees, focus groups and school forums in order to improve your academic experience at UEL.
How do I contact my Programme Reps?
There are several ways through which you can find out who your Programme Rep is:
- Visit the 'Programme' page on Moodle
- Ask your programme leader