Election Posts

Academic Rep Election (2019)

Course and Faculty Reps ensure that your academic interests are listened to and acted upon by the University. They are supported and empowered by the Union and are the front line in improving the academic experience of students at Warwick. This election is specifically to elect your Course and Faculty Representatives for this academic year.

Nominations close at 13:00 on Friday 11 October 2019 (in 22 days)

Only the posts you are eligible to stand or vote for are shown. Show all posts.

Law (3 Year): First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the 3 year Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law (3 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the 3 Year Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law (3 Year): Second Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 3 Year Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law (3 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 3 Year Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law (3 Year): Third Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the 3 Year Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law (3 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the 3 Year Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law: Study Abroad - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent study abroad students on the Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Study Abroad Law Course Rep' if you are in your Study Abroad Year of the Law progammge.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law (4 Year): First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the 4 Year Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law (4 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the 4 Year Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law (4 Year): Second Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 Year Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law (4 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 4 Year Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law (4 Year): Third Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the 4 Year Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the 4 Year Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law (4 Year): Forth Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the 4 Year Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law (4 year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the 4 Year Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law and Business Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Law and Business programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law and Business: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Law and Business programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law and Business Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Law and Business programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law and Business: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Law and Business programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law and Business Studies: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Law and Business programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law and Business: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Law and Business programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law and Business Studies: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Law and Business programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law and Business: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Law and Busines programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law and Sociology: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Law and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law and Sociology: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Law and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law and Sociology: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Law and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law and Sociology: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Law and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law and Sociology: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Law and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law and Sociology: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Law and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law and Sociology: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Law and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law and Sociology: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Law and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with French Law: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Law with French programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with French: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Law with French programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with French Law: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Law with French programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with French: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Law with French programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with French Law: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Law with French programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with French Law: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Law with French Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with French Law: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Law with French Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with French Law: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Law with French Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with German Law: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Law with German Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with German Law: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Law with German Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with German Law: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Law with German Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with German Law: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Law with German Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with German Law: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Law with German Law.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with German Law: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Law with German Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with German Law: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Law with German Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with German Law: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Law with German Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with Humanities: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Law with Humanities programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with Humanities: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Law with Humanities programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with Humanities: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Law with Humanities programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with Humanities: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Law with Humanities programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with Humanities: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Law with Humanities programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with Humanities: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Law with Humanities programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with Social Sciences: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Law with Social Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with Social Sciences: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Law with Social Sciences.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with Social Sciences: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Law with Social Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with Social Sciences: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Law with Social Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with Social Sciences (3 Year): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Law with Social Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with Social Sciences (3 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Law with Social Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with Social Sciences (4 Year): Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Law with Social Sciences (4 year): Fourth Year Course Rep.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with Social Sciences (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Law with Social Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Law with Social Sciences (4 Year): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Law with Social Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law with Social Sciences (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Law with Social Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Mathematics and Philosophy: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Mathematics and Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Mathematics and Philosophy: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Mathematics and Philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Mathematics and Philosophy: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Mathematics and Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Mathematics and Philosophy: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Mathematics and Philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Mathematics and Philosophy: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Mathematics and Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Mathematics and Philosophy: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Mathematics and Philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Mathematics and Philosophy: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Mathematics and Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Mathematics and Philosophy: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Mathematics and Philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Philosophy and Literature: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Philosophy and Literature programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Philosophy and Literature: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Philosophy and Literature programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Philosophy and Literature: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Philosophy and Literature programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Philosophy and Literature: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Philosophy and Literature programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Philosophy and Literature: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Philosophy and Literature programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Philosophy and Literature: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Philosophy and Literature programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Philosophy with Psychology: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Philosophy with Psychology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Philosophy with Psychology: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Philosophy with Psychology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Philosophy with Psychology: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Philosophy with Psychology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Philosophy with Psychology: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Philosophy with Psychology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Philosophy with Psychology: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Philosophy with Psychology.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Philosophy with Psychology: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Philosophy with Psychology.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Philosophy: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Philosophy: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Philosophy: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Philosophy: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Philosophy: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Philosophy: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Education Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Education Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Education Studies: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Education Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Education Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Education Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Education Studies: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Education Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Education Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Education Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Education Studies: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Education Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biochemistry: First Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Biochemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biochemistry: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Biochemistry programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biochemistry: Second Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Biochemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biochemistry: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Biochemistry programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biochemistry: Third Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Biochemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biochemistry: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Biochemistry programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biochemistry: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intercalating students on the Biochemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biochemistry: Intercalated Course Rep' if you are in your intercalating year of the Biochemistry programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biochemistry: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Biochemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biochemistry: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Biochemistry programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biochemistry: Fourth Year (Industrial Placement) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year (Industrial Placement) students on the Biochemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biochemistry: Fourth Year (Industrial Placement) Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year (Industrial Placement) of the Biochemistry Industrial Placement programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Medical Microbiology and Virology: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Medical Microbiology and Virology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Medical Microbiology and Virology: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Medical Microbiology and Virology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biological Sciences: First Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Biological Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biological Sciences: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Biological Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biological Sciences: Second Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Biological Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biological Sciences: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Biological Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biological Sciences: Third Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Biological Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biological Sciences: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Biological Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biological Sciences: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intercalating students on the Biological Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biological Sciences: Intercalated Course Rep' if you are in your intercalated year of the Biological Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biological Sciences: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Biological Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biological Sciences: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Biological Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biological Sciences: Fourth Year (Industrial Placement) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year (Industrial Placement) students on the Biological Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biological Sciences: Fourth Year (Industrial Placement) Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Biological Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biomedical Sciences: First Year - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Biomedical Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biomedical Sciences: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Biomedical Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biomedical Sciences: Second Year - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Biomedical Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biomedical Sciences: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Biomedical Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biomedical Sciences: Third Year - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Biomedical Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biomedical Sciences: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Biomedical Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biomedical Sciences: Fourth Year (Industrial Placement) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year (Industrial Placement) students on the Biomedical Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biomedical Sciences: Fourth Year (Industrial Placement) Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year (Industrial Placement) of the Biomedical Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biomedical Sciences: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Biomedical Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biomedical Sciences: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Biomedical Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biomedical Sciences: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intercalating year students on the Biomedical Sciences programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biomedical Sciences: Intercalated Course Rep' if you are in your intercalating year of the Biomedical Sciences programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business: Foundation Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent foundation year students on the Business programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business: Foundation Year Course Rep' if you are in your foundation year of the Business programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Management: First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Management: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Management: Intermediate Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intermediate year students on the Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Management: Intermediate Year Course Rep' if you are in your intermediate year of the Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Management: Final Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Management: Final Year Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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International Business (with Language): First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on any of the International Business with languages programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'International Business (with Language): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of any of the International Business with languages programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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International Business (With Language): Intermediate Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intermediate years students on any of the International Business with languages programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the {post name} if you are in your {year of study} of the {programme name}.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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International Business (with Language): Final Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on any of the International Business with language programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'International Business (with Language): Final Year Course Rep' if you are in your final year of any of the International Business with language programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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International Management: First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the International Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'International Management: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the International Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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International Management: Intermediate Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intermediate years students on the International Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'International Management: Intermediate Year Course Rep' if you are in your intermediate years of the International Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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International Management: Final Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the International Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'International Management: Final Year Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the International Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Liberal Arts: First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Liberal Arts programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Liberal Arts: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Liberal Arts programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Liberal Arts: Second Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Liberal Arts programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Liberal Arts: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Liberal Arts programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Liberal Arts: Third Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Liberal Arts programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Liberal Arts: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Liberal Arts programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Liberal Arts: Fourth Year (Returning) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year (returning) students on the Liberal Arts programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Liberal Arts: Fourth Year (Returning) Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Liberal Arts programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Intermediate Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intermediate year students on the Digital Innovation & Entrepreneurship programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Digital Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Intermediate Year Course Rep' if you are in your intermediate year of the Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Final Year Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Information Systems Management and Innovation: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the Information Systems Management and Innovation programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Information Systems Management and Innovation: Final Year Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the Information Systems Management and Innovation programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Accounting and Finance: First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Accounting and Finance programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Accounting and Finance: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Accounting and Finance programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Accounting and Finance: Intermediate Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intermediate year students on the Accounting and Finance programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Accounting and Finance: Intermediate Year Course Rep' if you are in your intermediate year of the Accounting and Finance programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Accounting and Finance: Final Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the Accounting and Finance programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Accounting and Finance: Final Year Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the Accounting and Finance programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Sociology: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Sociology: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Sociology: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Sociology: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Sociology: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year and/or Intercalating final year students on the Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Sociology: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year and/or intercalating final year of the Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Sociology: Intercalated Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intercalating year students on the Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Sociology: Intercalated Year Course Rep' if you are in your intercalating year of the Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Sociology and Quantitative Methods: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Sociology and Quantitative Methods programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Sociology and Quantitative Methods: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Sociology and Quantitative Methods programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Sociology and Quantitative Methods: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Sociology and Quantitative Methods programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Sociology and Quantitative Methods: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Sociology and Quantitative Methods programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Sociology and Quantitative Methods: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Sociology and Quantitative Methods programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Sociology and Quantitative Methods: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Sociology and Quantitative Methods programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics: First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Politics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Politics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics: Second Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Politics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Politics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics: Third Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Politics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Politics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics and International Studies: First Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Politics and International Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics and International Studies: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Politics and International Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics and International Studies: Second Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Politics and International Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics and International Studies: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Politics and International Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics and International Studies: Third Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Politics and International Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics and International Studies: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Politics and International Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics and Sociology: First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Politics and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics and Sociology: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Politics and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics and Sociology: Second Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Politics and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics and Sociology: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Politics and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics and Sociology: Third Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Politics and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics and Sociology: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Politics and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and French: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Politics, International Studies and French programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and French: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Politics, International Studies and French programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and French: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Politics, International Studies and French programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and French: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Politics, International Studies and French programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and French: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Politics, International Studies and French programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and French: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Politics, International Studies and French programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and German: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Politics, International Studies and German programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and German: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Politics, International Studies and German programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and German: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Politics, International Studies and German programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and German: Second Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Politics, International Studies and German programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and German: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Politics, International Studies and German programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and German: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Politics, International Studies and German programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Italian: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Politics, International Studies and Italian programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Italian: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Politics, International Studies and Italian programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Italian: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Politics, International Studies and Italian programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Italian: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Politics, International Studies and Italian programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Italian: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Politics, International Studies and Italian programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Italian: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Politics, International Studies and Italian programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Politics, International Studies and Hispanic Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Chinese: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Politics, International Studies and Chinese programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Chinese: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Politics, International Studies and Chinese programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Chinese: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Politics, International Studies and Chinese programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Chinese: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Politics, International Studies and Chinese programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Politics, International Studies and Chinese: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Politics, International Studies and Chinese programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Politics, International Studies and Chinese: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Politics, International Stuides and Chinese programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Chemistry: First Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on any Undergraduate Chemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Chemistry: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of any Undergraduate Chemistry programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Chemistry: Second Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on any Undergraduate Chemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Chemistry: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of any Undergraduate Chemistry programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Chemistry: Third Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year or returning intercalating students on any Undergraduate Chemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Chemistry: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year or returning intercalating students of any Undergraduate Chemistry programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Chemistry: Fourth Year - Course Rep (3 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on any Undergraduate Chemistry programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Chemistry: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of any Undergraduate Chemistry programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Work - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Social Work programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Work Course Rep' if you are on the Social Work programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (Research) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (Research) Course Rep' if you are on the Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (Research) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Career Development and Coaching Studies - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Career Development and Coaching Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Career Development and Coaching Studies Course Rep' if you are on the Career Development and Coaching Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Career Education, Information and Guidance - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Career Education, Information and Guidance programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Career Education, Information and Guidance Course Rep' if you are on the Career Education, Information and Guidance programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Work (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Social Work (Research) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Work (Research) Course Rep' if you are on the Social Work (Research) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Work and Social Policy (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Social Work and Social Policy (Research) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Work and Social Policy (Research) Course Rep' if you are on the Social Work and Social Policy (Research) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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European Gothic and Romantic Studies - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the European Gothic and Romantic Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'European Gothic and Romantic Studies Course Rep' if you are on the European Gothic and Romantic Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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French Studies (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the French Studies (Research) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'French Studies (Research) Course Rep' if you are on the French Studies (Research) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German Studies (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the German Studies (Research) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German Studies (Research) Course Rep' if you are on the German Studies (Research) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Hispanic Studies (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Hispanic Studies (Research) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Hispanic Studies (Research) Course Rep' if you are on the Hispanic Studies (Research) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Italian Studies (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Italian Studies (Research) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Italian Studies (Research) Course Rep' if you are on the Italian Studies (Research) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Research in Language Studies - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Research in Languages Studies programme. This can be either studying French, German, Hispanic or Italian.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Research in Languages Studies Course Rep' if you are on Research in Languages Studies programme. This can be either studying French, German, Hispanic or Italian.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Translation and Cultures - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Translation and Cultures programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Translation and Cultures Course Rep' if you are on the Translation and Cultures programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Ancient History and Classical Archaeology (Study in Europe): First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology with Study in Europe programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Ancient History and Classical Archaeology (Study in Europe): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology with Study in Europe programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Ancient History and Classical Archaeology (Study in Europe): Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology with Study in Europe programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Ancient History and Classical Archaeology (Study in Europe): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology with Study in Europe programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Ancient History and Classical Archaeology (Study in Europe): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Ancient History and Classical Archaeology: First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Ancient History and Classical Archaeology: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Ancient History and Classical Archaeology: Second Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Ancient History and Classical Archaeology: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Ancient History and Classical Archaeology: Third Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Ancient History and Classical Archaeology: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Ancient History and Classical Archaeology: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Ancient History and Classical Archaeology: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Ancient History and Classical Archaeology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classical Civilisation (Study in Europe): First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classical Civilisation (Study in Europe): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Classical Civilisation (Study in Europe) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classical Civilisation (Study in Europe): Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classical Civilisation (Study in Europe): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classical Civilisation (Study in Europe): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classical Civilisation (Study in Europe): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classical Civilisation (Study in Europe): Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classical Civilisation (Study in Europe): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Classical Civilisation with Study in Europe programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classical Civilisation: First Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Classical Civilisation programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classical Civilisation: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Classical Civilisation programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classical Civilisation: Second Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Classical Civilisation programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classical Civilisation: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Classical Civilisation programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classical Civilisation: Third Year - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Classical Civilisation programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classical Civilisation: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Classical Civilisation programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classics and English: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Classics and English programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classics and English: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Classics and English programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classics and English: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Classics and English programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classics and English: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Classics and English programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classics and English: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Classics and English programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classics and English: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Classics and English programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classics (Latin) (Study in Europe): First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Classics (Latin) with Study in Europe programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classics (Latin) (Study in Europe): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Classics (Latin) with Study in Europe programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classics (Latin) (Study in Europe): Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Classics (Latin) with Study in Europe programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classics (Latin) (Study in Europe): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Classics (Latin) with Study in Europe programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classics (Latin) (Study in Europe): Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Classics (Latin) with Study in Europe programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classics (Latin) (Study in Europe): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Classics (Latin) with Study in Europe programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Classics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classics: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Classics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Classics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classics: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Classics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Classics: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Classics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Classics: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Classics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Early Childhood: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Early Childhood programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Early Childhood: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Early Childhood programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Early Childhood: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Early Childhood programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Early Childhood: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Early Childhood programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Early Childhood: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Early Childhood programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Early Childhood: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Early Childhood programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Early Year Professional Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Early Year Professional Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Early Year Professional Studies: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Early Year Professional Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Early Year Professional Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Early Year Professional Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Early Year Professional Studies: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Early Year Professional Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Early Year Professional Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Early Year Professional Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Early Year Professional Studies: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Early Year Professional Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Full-time Social Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies Course Rep' if you are on the Full-time Social Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies (Part-time) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Part-time Social Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies (Part-time) Course Rep' if you are on the Part-time Social Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2] (City College Coventry): First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme at City College Coventry.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2] (City College Coventry): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Social Studies [2+2] Law programme at City College Coventry.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2] (City College Coventry): Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme at City College Coventry.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2] (City College Coventry): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Social Studies [2+2] programme at City College Coventry.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2] (North Warwickshire & Hinckley College): First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme at North Warwickshire & Hinckley College.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2] (North Warwickshire & Hinckley College): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Social Studies [2+2] programme at North Warwickshire & Hinckley College.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2] (North Warwickshire & Hinckley College): Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme at North Warwickshire & Hinckley College.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2] (North Warwickshire & Hinckley College): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Social Studies [2+2] programme at North Warwickshire & Hinckley College.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2] (Solihull College): First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme at Solihull College.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2] (Solihull College): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Social Studies [2+2] Programme at Solihull College.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2] (Solihull College): Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme at Solihull College.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2] (Solihull College): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Social Studies [2+2] programme at Solihull College.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2] (Warwickshire College): First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme at Warwickshire College.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2] (Warwickshire College): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Social Studies [2+2] programme at Warwickshire College.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2] (Warwickshire College): Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme at Warwickshire College.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2] (Warwickshire College): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Social Studies [2+2] programme at Warwickshire College.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2]: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2]: Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the Social Studies [2+2] programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Social Studies [2+2]: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the Social Studies [2+2] programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Social Studies [2+2]: Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the Social Studies [2+2] programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Behavioural and Data Science - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Behavioural and Data Science programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Behavioural and Data Science Course Rep' if you are on the Behavioural and Data Science programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Behavioural and Economic Science - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Behavioural and Economic Science programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Behavioural and Economic Science Course Rep' if you are on the Behavioural and Economic Science programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Clinical Applications of Psychology - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Clinical Applications of Psychology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Clinical Applications of Psychology Course Rep' if you are on the Clinical Applications of Psychology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Psychological Research - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Psychological Research programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Psychological Research Course Rep' if you are on the Psychological Research programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Psychology (PhD) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all PhD students on Psychology PhD programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Psychology (PhD) Course Rep' if you are on a Psychology (PhD) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Psychology (Research Masters) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all MSc students on Psychology Research programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Psychology (Research Masters) Course Rep' if you are on MSc Psychology Research programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Analytical Science (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Analytical Science (Research) programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Analytical Science (Research) Course Rep' if you are on a Analytical Science (Research) programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Chemistry (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Chemistry (Research) programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Chemistry (Research) Course Rep' if you are on Chemistry (Research) programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Chemistry Masters - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Chemistry Masters programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Chemistry Masters Course Rep' if you are on Chemistry Masters programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Advanced Clinical Practice - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Advanced Clinical Practice programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Advanced Clinical Practice Course Rep' if you are on the Advanced Clinical Practice programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Advanced Critical Care Practice - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Advanced Critical Care Practice programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Advanced Critical Care Practice Course Rep' if you are on the Advanced Critical Care Practice programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Diabetes - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Diabetes programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Diabetes Course Rep' if you are on the Diabetes programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Health Research - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Health Research programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Health Research Course Rep' if you are on the Health Research programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Course Rep' if you are on the Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Medical Education - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Medical Education programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Medical Education Course Rep' if you are on the Medical Education programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Public Health - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Public Health programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Public Health Course Rep' if you are on the Public Health programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Secondary PGCE - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Secondary PGCE programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Secondary PGCE Course Rep' if you are on the Secondary PGCE programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Professional Education - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Professional Education programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Professional Education Course Rep' if you are on the Professional Education programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biotechnology, Bioprocessing & Business Management - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Biotechnology, Bioprocessing & Business Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biotechnology, Bioprocessing & Business Management Course Rep' if you are on the Biotechnology, Bioprocessing * Business Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate Course Rep' if you are on the Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Sustainable Crop Production - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Sustainable Crop Production programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Sustainable Crop Production Course Rep' if you are on the Sustainable Crop Production programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Food Security - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Food Security programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Food Security Course Rep' if you are on the food Security programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Medical Biotechnology and Business Management - Course Rep (2 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Medical Biotechnology and Business Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Medical Biotechnology and Business Management Course Rep' if you are on the Medical Biotechnology and Business Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biological Sciences (PhD) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Biological Sciences PhD programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biological Sciences (PhD) Course Rep' if you are on Biological Sciences PhD programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Biological Sciences (Research Masters) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Biological Sciences Research Masters programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Biological Sciences (Research Masters) Course Rep' if you are on Biological Sciences Research Masters programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Life Sciences (MIBTP) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Life Sciences MIBTP programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Life Sciences (MIBTP) Course Rep' if you are on Life Sciences (MIBTP) programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Life Sciences (PhD) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Life Sciences PhD programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Life Sciences (PhD) Course Rep' if you are on Life Sciences PhD programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Life Sciences (Research Masters) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Life Sciences Research Masters programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Life Sciences (Research Masters) Course Rep' if you are on Life Sciences Research Masters programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Plant and Environmental Sciences (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Plant and Environmental Science Research programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Plant and Environmental Sciences (Research) Course Rep' if you are on Plant and Environmental Science Research programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Synthetic Biology (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Synthetic Biology Research programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Synthetic Biology (Research) Course Rep' if you are on Synthetic Biology Research programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Accounting and Finance - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Accounting and Finance programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Accounting and Finance Course Rep' if you are on the Accounting and Finance programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business Administration - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business Administration programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business Administration Course Rep' if you are on the Business Administration programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business Administration (Distance Learning) - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business Administration (Distance Learning) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business Administration (Distance Learning) Course Rep' if you are on the Business Administration (Distance Learning) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business Administration (Distance Learning) London - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business Administration (Distance Learning) London programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business Administration (Distance Learning) London Course Rep' if you are on the Business Administration (Distance Learning) London programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business Administration (Executive) - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business Administration (Executive) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business Administration (Executive) Course Rep' if you are on the Business Administration (Executive) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business Administration (Executive) London - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business Administration (Executive) London programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business Administration (Executive) London Course Rep' if you are on the Business Administration (Executive) London programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business Administration (Research) - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Business Administration (Research) programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business Administration (Research) Course Rep' if you are on Business Administration (Research) programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business Analytics - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business Analytics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business Analytics Course Rep' if you are on the Business Analytics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business and Finance - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business and Finance programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business and Finance Course Rep' if you are on the Business and Finance programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business and Management (PhD) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on Business and Management (PhD) programmes.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business and Management (PhD) Course Rep' if you are on Business and Management (PhD) programmes.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business with Accounting & Finance - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business with Accounting and Finance programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business with Accounting & Finance Course Rep' if you are on the Busienss with Accounting and Finance programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business with Consulting - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business with Consulting programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business with Consulting Course Rep' if you are on the Business with Consulting programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business with Marketing - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business with Marketing programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business with Marketing Course Rep' if you are on the Business with Marketing programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Business with Operations Management - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Business with Operations Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Business with Operations Management Course Rep' if you are on the Business with Operations Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Central Banking & Financial Regulation - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Central Banking and Financial Regulation programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Central Banking and Financial Regulation Course Rep' if you are on the Central Banking and Financial Regulation programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Finance and Economics - Course Rep

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Finance and Economics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Finance and Economics Course Rep' if you are on the Finance and Economics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Finance and Economics (Research) - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Finance and Economics (Research) programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Finance and Economics (Research) Course Rep' if you are on the Finance and Economics (Research) programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Financial Mathematics - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Financial Mathematics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Financial Mathematics Course Rep' if you are on the Financial Mathematics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation Course Rep' if you are on the Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Human Resources Management and Employment Relations - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Human Resources Management and Employment Relations programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Human Resources Management and Employment Relations Course Rep' if you are on the Human Resources Management and Employment Relations programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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International Business - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the International Business programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'International Business Course Rep' if you are on the International Business programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Management - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Management programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Management Course Rep' if you are on the Management programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation - Course Rep (5 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation Course Rep' if you are on the Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Marketing and Strategy - Course Rep (4 places)

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Marketing and Strategy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Marketing and Strategy Course Rep' if you are on the Marketing and Strategy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Early Year PGCE - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Early Years PGCE programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Early Years PGCE Course Rep' if you are on the Early Years PGCE programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Primary PGCE - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent all students on the Primary PGCE programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Primary PGCE Course Rep' if you are on the Primary PGCE programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Theatre and Performance Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Theatre and Performance Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Theatre and Performance Studies: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Theatre and Performance Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Theatre and Performance Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Theatre and Performance Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Theatre and Performance Studies: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Theatre and Performance Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Theatre and Performance Studies: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent intercalating students on the Theatre and Performance Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Theatre and Performance Studies: Intercalated Course Rep' if you are in your intercalating year of the Theatre and Performance Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Theatre and Performance Studies: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the Theatre and Performance Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Theatre and Performance Studies: Final Year Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the Theatre and Performance Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the History programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the History programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History: Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History: Year Abroad - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent year abroad students on the History program.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History: Year Abroad - Course Rep' if you are in your year abroard on the History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Philosophy: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the History and Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Philosophy: First Year - Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the History and Philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Philosophy: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the History and Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Philosophy: Second Year - Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the History and Philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Philosophy: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the History and Philosophy programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Philosophy: Final Year - Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the History and Philosophy programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Sociology: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the History and Sociology Programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Sociology: First Year - Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the History and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Sociology: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the History and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Sociology: Second Year - Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the History and Sociology Programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Sociology: Year Abroad - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent year abroard students on the History and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Sociology: Year Abroard - Course Rep'  if you are in your year abroard on the History and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Politics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the History and Politics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Politics: First Year - Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the History and Politics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Politics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the History and Politics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Politics: Second Year - Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the History and Politics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Politics: Year Abroad - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent year abroard students on the History and Politics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Politics: Year Abroard - Course Rep' if you are in your year abroard of the History and Politics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the History programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History: Final Year - Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Sociology: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the History and Sociology programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Sociology: Final Year - Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the History and Sociology programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History and Politics: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the History and Politics programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History and Politics: Final Year - Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the History and Politics programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History of Art: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the History of Art programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History of Art: First Year - Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the History of Art programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History of Art: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the History of Art programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History of Art: Second Year - Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the History of Art programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History of Art: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the History of Art programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History of Art: Final Year - Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the History of Art programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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History of Art with Languages - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent students on the History of Art with Languages programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'History of Art with Languages - Course Rep' if you are studying on a History of Art with a Language programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Film and Literature: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Film and Literature programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Film and Literature: First Year - Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Film and Literature programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Film and Literature: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Film and Literature programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Film and Literature: Second Year - Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Film and Television programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Film and Literature: Year Abroad - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent year abroad students on the Film and Literature programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Film and Literature: Year Abroad - Course Rep' if you are in your year abroad of the Film and Literature programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Film and Literature: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the Film and Literature programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Film and Literature: Final Year - Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the Film and Literature programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Film Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the Film Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Film Studies: First Year - Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the Film Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Film Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the Film Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Film Studies: Second Year - Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the Film Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Film Studies: Year Abroad - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent year abroad students on the Film Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Film Studies: Year Abroad - Course Rep' if you are in your year abroad of the Film Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Film Studies: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent final year students on the Film Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the Film Studies: Final Year - Course Rep' if you are in your final year of the Film Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and French: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the English and French programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and French: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the English and French programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and French: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the english and french programme. 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and French (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the English and French programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the English and French programme. 

 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and French (2 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the English and French programme.

 

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

 

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

 

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

 

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and French: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the english and french programme. 

 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and French (3 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the English and French programme.

 

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

 

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

 

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

 

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and German: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

 

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the English and German programme. 

 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and German (1 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your First year of the English and German programme. 

 

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

 

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

 

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

 

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and German: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the English and German programme. 

 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and German (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your Fourth year of the English and German programme. 

 

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

 

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

 

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

 

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and German: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent Second year students on the English and German programme. 

 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and German (2 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your Second year of the English and German programme. 

 

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

 

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

 

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

 

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and German: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent Third year students on the English and German programme. 

 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and German (3 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your Third year of the English and German programme. 

 

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

 

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

 

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

 

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and Hispanic Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent First year students on the English and Hispanic programme. 

 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and Hispanic (1 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your First year of the English and Hispanic programme. 

 

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

 

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

 

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

 

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and Hispanic Studies: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the English and Hispanic programme. 

 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and Hispanic (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your Fourth year of the English and Hispanic programme. 

 

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

 

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

 

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

 

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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English and Hispanic Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent Third year students on the English and Hispanic programme. 

 

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'English and Hispanic (3 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your Third year of the English and Hispanic programme. 

 

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

 

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

 

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

 

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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French Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the French Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'French Studies: First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the French Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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French Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 year French Studies programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'French (4 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 4 Year French  studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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French Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the 4 year Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your Third year of the 4 Year Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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French Studies: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent Fourth year students on the 4 year Law programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Law (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your Fourth year of the 4 Year Law programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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French and History: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the 4 year French and History programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'French and History (4 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the 4 Year French and History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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French and History: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 year French and History programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'French and History (4 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 4 Year French and History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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French and History: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the 4 year French and History programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'French and History (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the 4 Year French and History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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French and History: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the 4 year French and History programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'French and History (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the 4 Year French and History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Modern Languages: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the 4 year Modern Languages programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Modern Languages (4 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the 4 Year Modern Languages programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Modern Languages: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 year Modern Languages programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Modern Languages (4 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 4 Year Modern Languages programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Modern Languages: Third Year - Course Rep

Course and Faculty Reps ensure that your academic interests are listened to and acted upon by the University. They are supported and empowered by the Union and are the front line in improving the academic experience of students at Warwick.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 year Modern Languages programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Modern Languages (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the 4 Year Modern Languages programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Modern Languages: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the 4 year Modern Languages programme.

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Modern Languages (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the 4 Year Modern Languages programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the 4 year German Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German Studies (4 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the 4 Year German Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 year German Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German Studies (4 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 4 Year German Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent Third year students on the 4 year German Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German Studies (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the 4 Year German Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German Studies: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the 4 year German Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German Studies (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the 4 Year German Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German and History: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the 4 year German and History programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German and History (4 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the 4 Year German and History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German and History: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 year German and History programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German and History (4 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 4 Year German and History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German and History: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the 4 year German and History programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German and History (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third  year of the 4 Year German and History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German and History: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the 4 year German and History programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German and History (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the 4 Year German and History programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German and Business Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the 4 year German and Business Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German and Business Studies (4 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the 4 Year German and Business Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German and Business Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 year German and Business Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German and Business Studies (4 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 4 Year German and Business Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German and Business Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the 4 year German and Business Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German and Business Studies (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the 4 Year German and Business Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German and Business Studies: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the 4 year German and Business Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German and Business Studies (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the 4 Year German and Business Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German with Film Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the 4 year German with Film Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German  with Film Studies  (4 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the 4 Year German with Film Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German with Film Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 year German with Film Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German  with Film Studies  (4 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 4 Year German with Film Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German with Film Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the 4 year German with Film Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German  with Film Studies  (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the 4 Year German with Film Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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German with Film Studies: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent fourth year students on the 4 year German with Film Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'German  with Film Studies  (4 Year): Fourth Year Course Rep' if you are in your fourth year of the 4 Year German with Film Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Hispanic Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent first year students on the 4 year Hispanic Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Hispanic Studies  (4 Year): First Year Course Rep' if you are in your first year of the 4 Year Hispanic Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Hispanic Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent second year students on the 4 year Hispanic Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Hispanic Studies  (4 Year): Second Year Course Rep' if you are in your second year of the 4 Year Hispanic Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Hispanic Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.

Who do they represent? This Course Rep will represent third year students on the 4 year Hispanic Studies programme. .

Am I eligible? You can only nominate yourself to be the 'Hispanic Studies  (4 Year): Third Year Course Rep' if you are in your third year of the 4 Year Hispanic Studies programme.

If you think that you should be eligible to nominate yourself for this position but our election system is not allowing you then please email democracy@warwicksu.com with your name, student number and the name of the role you are looking to nominate yourself for.

Course Reps are essential to the Unions work to represent the academic interests of students are Warwick. As a Course Rep you will be the front line interacting and collecting the feedback on your fellow students. You will work alongside University and Union staff to voice the views of your cohort and create mutually satisfactory solutions to any barriers that impact the positive academic experiences of students.

The Course Rep role is a voluntary role that you do alongside your studies. You would be expected to talk to your cohort and collect their feedback that you would then present in meetings with the University.

You can find out more about the Course Rep role by clicking here.

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Hispanic Studies: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Portuguese: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Portuguese: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Portuguese: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Portuguese: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Russian: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Russian: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Russian: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Computer Science: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Computer Science: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Computer Science: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Japanese: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Computer Systems Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Computer Systems Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

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Hispanic Studies with Japanese: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Japanese: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Computer Systems Engineering: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Computer Systems Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Japanese: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Computer Systems Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Arabic: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Discrete Mathematics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Discrete Mathematics: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Discrete Mathematics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Discrete Mathematics: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Arabic: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Arabic: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Arabic: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology with Education Studies: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology with Education Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology with Education Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology with Linguistics: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology with Linguistics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology with Linguistics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Film Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Film Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Film Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Hispanic Studies with Film Studies: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Italian and History: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Italian and History: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Italian and History: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Italian and History: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Italian and Classics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Italian and Classics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Italian and Classics: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Italian and Classics: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economics, Politics and International Studies: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economics, Politics and International Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economics, Politics and International Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economics: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economics: Second Year - Course Rep

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Mathematics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics: Study in Europe - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Business and Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Business and Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Business and Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economic Studies and Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economic Studies and Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economic Studies and Global Sustainable Development: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Economics Studies and Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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History and Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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History and Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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History and Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Life Sciences and Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Life Sciences and Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Life Sciences and Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Philosophy and Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Philosophy and Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Philosophy and Global Sustainable Development: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Philosophy and Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Politics, International Studies and Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Politics, International Studies and Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Politics, International Studies and Global Sustainable Development: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Politics, International Studies and Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and Comparative Literacy Studies: Exchange Students - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology and Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and History: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology and Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and History: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Psychology and Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Sociology and Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and History: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Sociology and Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and Theatre Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Sociology and Global Sustainable Development: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and Theatre Studies: Intercalated Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Sociology and Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and Theatre Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Theatre and Performance Studies and Global Sustainable Development: Final Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and Theatre Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Theatre and Performance Studies and Global Sustainable Development: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Theatre and Performance Studies and Global Sustainable Development: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English Literature and Creative Writing: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English Literature and Creative Writing: Intercalated Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English Literature and Creative Writing: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Physics (BSc): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Physics (MSc): Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Physics (MSc): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Physics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Physics: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Physics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Physics (BSc): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English Literature and Creative Writing: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Physics (MSc): Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Physics (MSc): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Physics and Business Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Physics and Business Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Physics and Business Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Physics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Physics: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Physics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English Literature: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Automotive Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Automotive Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Automotive Engineering: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Automotive Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Automotive Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Biomedical Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Biomedical Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Biomedical Engineering: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Biomedical Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Biomedical Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English Literature: Intercalated Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English Literature: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English Literature: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Civil Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Civil Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Civil Engineering: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Civil Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Civil Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Electronic and Electrical Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Electronic and Electrical Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Electronic and Electrical Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Electronic and Electrical Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Electronic Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Electronic Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Electronic Engineering: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Electronic Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Electronic Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering and Business Studies: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering and Business Studies: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering and Business Studies: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering Business Management: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering Business Management: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering Business Management: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering Business Management: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mechanical Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mechanical Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mechanical Engineering: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mechanical Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mechanical Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Systems Engineering: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Systems Engineering: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Systems Engineering: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Systems Engineering: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Systems Engineering: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MBChB: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MBChB: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MBChB: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MBChB: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Data Science: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Data Science: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Data Science: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Data Science: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Statistics (BSc): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Statistics (MSc): Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Statistics (MSc): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Statistics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Statistics: Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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Mathematics and Statistics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MORSE (BSc): Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MORSE (BSc): Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MORSE (MSc): Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MORSE (MSc): Intercalated - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MORSE: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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MORSE: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and Italian: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and Italian: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and Italian: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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English and Italian: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Chinese: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Chinese: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Chinese: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Chinese: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French and Italian: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French and Italian: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French and Italian: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French and Italian: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Spanish: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Spanish: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Spanish: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Spanish: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Arabic: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Arabic: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Arabic: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Arabic: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Russian: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Russian: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Russian: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Russian: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Japanese: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Japanese: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Japanese: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French with Japanese: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French and Economics: First Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French and Economics: Fourth Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French and Economics: Second Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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French and Economics: Third Year - Course Rep

Course Reps ensure that the academic interests of their student cohort are listened to and acted upon by their course and/or department. They are empowered and support by your Union to make your academic experience as good as it can be.
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