Student Academic Representatives
What are STARs?
STudent Academic Representatives “STARs” are here to ensure the student voice is heard. They are the vital link between the students, the University and the Students’ Union.
What do STARs do?
STARs listen to the students on their course; collecting their views and opinions, and attend meetings to discuss the views of the students to relevant academic staff, to achieve a positive outcome. The University relies upon student feedback to provide the best service and facilities for current and future students.
Why be a STAR?
Gain transferable Skills
Add your experience to your CV
Receive formal recognition for your voluntary work
Receive an engagement allowance for contributing towards Student Staff Liaison meeting
Have a Positive impact on the student experience
Represent students further by becoming a Student Academic Councillor
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