Welcome to the Course Rep Hub

Here at Bangor University we elect around 300 course reps to be the voice of students across the 14 different academic schools. Course reps are the students at the forefront, fighting for positive changes that affect your academic experience. The course rep structure is there to represent all students and make sure your voice is always being heard by the University. Course Reps are also consistently responsible for making positive changes within their courses, they've worked towards getting Undergraduate common rooms for students and increasing the amount of Panopto recordings, to name just a few things. Course reps also have the chance to take part and organise a range of activities to promote feedback and representation working with both Undeb Bangor and their academic schools. 


Watch the Course Rep Employability Session here!

Want to know what it's like to be a Course Rep? Watch this video for more information!

Course Rep Structure

Our Course Reps represent you academically, helping to deal with any issues you have with your course! To faciliate this, there are a number of different reps, and they work together to ensure all students are fairly and adequately represented. Here's how to Course Reps are structured:

An image of the course rep structure

Contact us!

An image of Natasha Sellers, the Democracy and Representation CoordinatorHave a question about Course Reps? Want to get involved with us? Feel free to drop us an email, either to the Course Rep inbox at coursereps@undebbangor.com, or by contacting our Democracy and Representation Coordinator directly through emailing natasha.sellers@undebbangor.com

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