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Become a DSC for 2020/21

Recruitment is open for the positions of DSC for the 2020-21 academic year. On this page you will find everything you need to know about applying!

  • Design: 1 PGT (12 month role)
Updated 14/12/20


What are Reps for? (click on their names for the role descriptions)

Department Student Coordinators (DSC)* ensure students have a voice in their department, improving their academic experience at Goldsmiths. DSC's are part of a wider system of Reps which include Programme Reps, responsible for course level representation. 

If you wish to become a Programme Rep you can express your interest by telling your programme convener. 


Accessibility and Inclusion Student Team: Exciting news for disabled students representation! As of this year 2020/21 we will trial a new role at school level which we are still getting approved in by the college. These students will be involved in exciting projects around disability on campus. More information soon! 

PS: students who already applied for the A&I role will also be considered for the new role.  


How many hours will it involve?

The rep role should take around 60h a year. The breakdown below shows how much % of the time you will spend in each activity:
• 25% Departmental and Meetings
• 10% Meeting your Rep Team
• 30% SU Meetings
• 21% Collecting Feedback
• 13% Training and Welcome Week activities
If you have any questions email your Academic Representation Coordinator (Anna) at

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