Academic Representation


Every student at the University of Greenwich has come here to study, so everyone is invested in the quality of their studying experience.

Our Academic Reps, including Programme Reps, Faculty Officers, and the Vice President Education, are here to ensure that your academic interested are represented to the University and Students’ Union.

 

 

 

Programme Reps

 

Programme Reps are the voice of students studying on their programme (course), there are two reps elected per programme per year of study to represent the programme’s students each year. These elections take place during introductory lectures in the first few weeks of the academic year. If you’re interested in becoming a Programme Rep for this year then why not have a look at the Programme Rep Handbook, or get in touch with the Academic Representation Team .

 

Faculty Officers

 

Faculty Officers are the voice of students studying in their faculty. There are four faculties; Architecture, Computing and Humanities (ACH), Education and Health (FEH), Business (FBUS), and Engineering and Science (FES).  There are four officers elected per faculty each year, at the October Bye-Elections. If you’re interested in becoming a Faculty Officer for this year then why not have a look at the Faculty Officer Handbook, or get in touch with the Academic Representation Team.

 

ARN – Academic Reps Network

 

We are developing a new brand and a new way of looking at our Academic Representation. We’re launching an online platform where Programme Reps can submit issues, ideas and good news stories and their programme leaders can respond. ARN will start conversations about the problems and good practice between the University and Union reps, which will improve the experience of students. ARN will be launching in Autumn 2017, so watch this space for more updates.