Thank you for your interest in becoming a School Rep for the 2019/20 academic year. School Reps ensure that student issues and concerns are raised and dealt with at an appropriate level within their Directorate. They work with Course Reps and their School's Officer to improve the student experience for those studying within their School.
Applications are open for these positions until 3rd May to become a Rep for the following academic year. Some of the positions for next year were filled during the first recruitment period in March - if a position is filled it will state this on the application form.
School Reps gain demonstrable experience in key employability skills including communication, organisation and planning, digital enagement, negotiation, and much more. Ultimately, you'll be making a positive impact on the experiences of your peers and future students within your School. You will also gain access to:
Students can nominate themselves fof the relevent position in their School based on which Department their course sits within. If you are unsure which Directorate you belong to in your School, please email M.Colledge@Salford.ac.uk and we can let you know :
|Arts and Media||Business and Law||Health and Society||Computer, Science and Engineering||Environmental & Life Science||Built Environment||Salford Languages|
|Art and Design||Business and Management||Counselling & Psychotherapy||Acoustics, Digital Media Audio Engineering (ADMAE) & Tele-communications||Biology, Wildlife & Zoology||Architecture & Digital Technologies||Salford Languages|
|Broadcast Media||International Finance, Accounting & Economics||Midwifery||
Acoustics, Digital Media Audio Engineering & Tele-communications
|English & Creative Writing||Law||Nursing||Civil Engineering||Chemical Science||Postgraduate Research (SOBE)|
|Film & Digital Media||Social Work & Social Policy||Aeronautical & Mechanical Engineering||Geography||Property and Surveying|
|Journalism||Sociology & Criminology||Computer Science & Software Engineering||Postgraduate (PGT & PGR)|
|Music and Dance||Prosthetics, Orthotics & Podiatry||Physics & Maths|
|Performance||Psychology & Public Health|
|Politics and Contemporary History||Radiography & Occupational Therapy|
|Sports, Exercise & Physiotherapy|
This is a voluntary and unpaid position