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// University News

5 Oct 2017

Programme Rep nominations now open

Nominations have now opened for this year’s Programme Rep elections. This great opportunity is open to undergraduate and postgraduate taught students across the campus. You will receive full training for the role, delivered by Loughborough Students’ Union (LSU).

The role provides a vital link to ensure student’s views are heard. Programme Reps attend several department Student Staff Liaison Committee meetings (SSLC’s) throughout the year, to offer feedback about what students think about their course, while working with departments to resolve issues.

Anna Holt, the current Education Executive Officer at LSU, said:

“Becoming a Programme Rep was one of the best decisions I ever made at university! It opened up a number of opportunities for me, allowing me to get to where I am now. Progressing from a Programme Rep, to Programme President and now Education EO has helped me develop several skills and introduced me to a lot of great people.”

Each year, more than 450 Programme Reps are elected with the potential to be one of the most influential groups on campus.

Nicky Conway, Head of Student Voice at LSU, said:

“We really recommend that you take advantage of this great opportunity, get involved and become Programme Reps; become part of the ‘Your Education’ family, and enhance your CV whilst being at the forefront of student led change.”

Nominations are open until the 11 October and you can submit your nomination on the website, here. Programme Reps will be elected by their fellow course mates, when voting begins on the 13 October.

If you have any questions about the role contact Anna Holt, the Education EO, on