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Rep Resources

Student Representatives are the vital bridge between the student body and the University. As a rep you are able to bring through changes that will benefit students’ academic experience!

Reward and Recognition – What’s in it for you?

Aside from the enormous sense of satisfaction and improving your course for the better, we want to make sure that you make the most of the experience you have gained as a rep in your life after uni, and your future careers.

LinkedIn Recommendations

Any reps that attend both an Education Network event and an SU Democratic event (such as AMM or Student Council) are eligible for a LinkedIn recommendation from us. 

We can also write you a reference for job applications - just get in contact with us.

Bristol Plus Award

The Bristol Plus Award challenges you to develop a range of skills to boost your CV, and you are able to use your experience as a rep as part of the 'intensive skills activity' criteria. You can find out more information about the award on the university website here

Freebies!

At our conferences we always have some freebies to give away. Make you come along to get trained and to pick up your free stuff!

 

Rep FAQs

Who can I ask for help?

Bristol SU have a team dedicated to making sure that course reps have the support they need. The Representation Team is made up of Robiu Salisu and Caitlin Flint. They can be contacted at bristolsu-representation@bristol.ac.uk. 

They can help with any of the problems that you may have as an academic rep!

Is there any training available?

We have a whole range of training which can be found here. Our Development Team also runs a number of training sessions which you are able to sign up to here

I'm a course rep - who is my faculty rep?

A list of faculty reps can be found here

How do I communicate with my fellow reps?

We find the best way to communicate with reps is face-to-face or on social media. It's worth getting to know your reps early on in the year so that you can support each other through the SSLCs and share good practice.

 

Resources

Here is the Code of Practice for Taught Students
Here is the Code of Practice for Research Students

 

+ Resources for Faculty Reps

Last year we asked the outgoing faculty reps to give us some advice for the new incoming reps. Here's a summary of what they said!:

For UG faculty reps
For PGR faculty reps