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  • How does this work?

    There is no maximum on the number of reps we can have, so once you have submitted your application, you will receive an email within the next two hours with a link to Subject Rep training so you can start as a rep straight away. Only reps who have completed training will be able to attend SSLC meetings or the FLC Focus Group.

    An SSLC can have a maximum of 12 student rep members. Reps who are not selected for the SSLC will still have important work to do within the rep team, such as collecting views and opinions from students, liaising with University departments (including the Library), and helping to run your group's social media accounts.

    A Students' Guild Officer will hold a meeting with all trained reps before the first SSLC meeting, and will conduct a group discussion to select the members of the SSLC. You will be contacted with details when this is arranged, and it will take place around 1-2 weeks before the SSLC.

    If you have any problems or questions, please email

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These are the student leaders who speak on your behalf at University meetings at local and college level. Speak to them about anything relating to your education experience - from problems with specific modules to inclusivity at the University. They're here to represent you.

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Your Opinions

You can give your views and opinions online using Your Opinions.


Your Subject Reps are the first people you should talk to with any views and opinions you have on your course. Contact them with problems or to suggest changes.

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