Charlie HindhaughEducation Officer

Hey there, welcome to Warwick! My name’s Charlie, and I’m your Education Officer for the coming year.

One of the most important things you can do to shape your education is to stand as a Course Rep on the Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC), representing students on your course, working with your department and gaining some valuable skills along the way.

As a Union, we campaign at both a local and national level. Higher Education is facing a difficult time, and it’s incredibly important that we as students do not stay silent and we make our voice heard - Warwick SU is a democratic organisation, and we need you to get involved.

This year I’ll be working on campaigns to get more lectures recorded, for individual feedback on your exams, and to make choosing modules a bit easier with ‘Rate My Module’. If you have any questions, queries or problems, please don’t hesitate to drop me an email or pop into my office in SUHQ.

Good luck and enjoy what will be a memorable year!

Contact Charlie

The Education Officer's office is on the top floor of SUHQ.

Charlie's Latest Blog

Find all of Charlie's blog posts on his blog page.

  • Tue 19 Jul 2016 13:11

    Rate My Module is here! A huge thanks to everyone that submitted reviews of their modules - we had a great response, which was lovely to see.

    The responses are now available to view HERE and are divided by faculty. You can search for a specific module or just scroll through and read about the amazing options available for students to study.

    Individual faculty links:

    * Science
    * Arts
    * Social Science

    Some departments may have undertaken a ‘pre-registration’ for module choices in order to determine demand and seminar sizes, so no module choice is final until you’ve registered it though Warwick’s electronic module registration website HERE. If you would like to change your choices, just get in touch with your department. It’s not too late!

    Please remember that these are the opinions of individual students, rather than the view of the Students’ Union - it's important therefore that you check how many responses a certain module has received, and always check on the department’s webpage for the most up-to-date information about the module. The information provided here is as a guide to assist students in choosing their modules, based on previous years' experiences.

    Also take a moment to check out the awesome interdisciplinary modules offered by ITAL, which are open to all students. Find out more information HERE.

    I really hope Rate My Module is useful!



Charlie's Election

The election for Education Officer takes place during the Officer Elections in term 2.