Form at the bottom of the page!
* If you wish to become a Programme Rep you can express your interest by telling your programme convenor and volunteering during the first class of the term. Elections will take place in the first class(es) of Term 1. You can read more about what they do here.
What are Reps for? (click on the names for the role descriptions)
Department Reps* ensure students have a voice in their department, improving their academic experience at Goldsmiths. Department Reps are part of a wider system of Reps which include Programme Reps, responsible for course level representation.
Accessibility and Inclusion Reps represent students with lived experience of disability. They ensure teaching and learning, e-resources, curricula and the general campus is inclusive and accessible.
* In some departments Department Reps represent levels of study (e.g. Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught), while in others they represent fields of study (e.g. STaCS Communities, STaCS Therapies, etc.).
What will my role be?
You will represent students in your department, either at an undergraduate, postgraduate taught or postgraduate research level. As a rep you will be invited to departmental meetings where you will feedback student views on a range of issues. You will keep student in the loop following up these issues.
What do I get in return?
The Students’ Union will support you through initial training, monthly meetings, one-to-one mentoring and subsequent training on a range of skills including public speaking, report writing and conducting research.
Your department will involve and consult you when making decisions, which will give you key insight and influence into how your department works and how it affects student experience.
You will also receive a £700 bursary.
What happens once I’ve applied?
Fill in the form below indicating how you meet the criteria set out in the role descriptions linked above. The Students’ Union and relevant academic department will review your application and get in touch if you have been shortlisted.
Please note we receive a high number of applications so you will only be contacted if you get through to the next stage of interview.
The following positions are still open for applications: ?
- Anthropology UG & PGT
- Computing A&I
- Education UG & PGT
- ICCE PGT
- Psychology PGT