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Six students elected to represent the student voice as a whole in the Union, University and the City, as well as on regional and national levels.
Contact them about anything you want to talk about.
More than 80 students appointed to represent the views and be the voice of students in your School, promoting student-led change. They play a fundamentally important role in ensuring your School and the University provide the best possible academic experience for students, and a better place to work and study.
Contact them to change things or raise issues you may have in your school.
Find Your Rep
Leeds University Union are looking for Taught Postgraduate School Reps for all Schools, and UG School Reps for the following Schools for the 2016-17 academic year:
Languages, Cultures and Societies
Accounting and Finance
Food Science and Nutrition
As a School Rep you are empowered to make positive, student-led change within your School by gathering feedback and working in partnership with Course Reps and staff, representing (and re-presenting) the views of students at University and LUU meetings and events.
By becoming a School Rep you will make yourself more employable by developing skills and experience in communication; leadership; representation and events management, as well as many more.
This volunteer role requires around 5 hours per week time commitment, but this can vary from week to week. You’ll need to be organised, motivated, approachable, and passionate about the students in your School. Full training and support throughout the academic year will be provided by the Education Officer and the Academic Representation team at LUU. Discover full details about the role by clicking 'Role Information' below, and you can apply by clicking on 'Download application form'.
Applications will be accepted up to 12pm Monday 17th October. Please be aware that endorsements can be gathered electronically, and we will accept email addresses instead of signatures if necessary. If you have any additional questions about the role you can email the Academic Representation team on AcademicSupport@luu.leeds.ac.uk
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The Activities Exec is made up of 13 elected students, each representing one of the activity categories at Leeds University Union. They support the societies in your activity category. They make key decisions about new societies and financing, handle society disciplinary matters, chair Society Assemblies to gather feedback on ideas, plan events, listen to concerns, and represent societies at the Better Union forums
Contact them about any society issues you may have.
Over 150 students form our Hall Execs across all 20 Halls of Residence. Those student elected are in charge of running your events and activities throughout the year, representing your views and improving your experience during your time in Halls.
Community Reps are the voice of of students on a range of issues in the community, working with our partners and stakehodlers. They make change through our democratic structures and through their own community projects. And they get plenty of opportunities to develop and gain new skills in the process.