Course Reps are student leaders appointed to represent students views - they are the link between you and your Academic School.
Course Reps work with academic staff at the University to make positive changes for Brighton students and ensure you have the best academic experience.
If you are unsure of who your Course Reps are, drop us an email and we can let you know!
Why talk to your Course Rep?
Your Course Rep can help address issues with your School or course. If you have ideas about how to make the academic experience of you and your peers better, talk to your Course Rep.
How can you find your Course Rep?
You will be able to find your Course Rep and their contact details here from the start of the academic year.
Think you have what it takes to be a Rep?
Being a Course Rep is a fantastic way to build your skills and experience. You'll get the opportunity to work with academic and support staff across the University, making positive change for Brighton students. It's a brilliant way to meet people, make friends and it looks great on your CV.
As an engaged Course Rep, you can get a free BSU hoodie, £10 Love2Shop vouchers each term, a certificate and a LinkedIn recommendation!
Email us to find out more or talk to your course leader.
Super Reps are the most senior level of representation in your school. They work closely with you and your course reps to understand the matters that need to be tackled, and what your school is doing to make your experience the best it can be.
Super Reps represent the school, rather than specific programmes. They will attend forums and your school’s Student Experience Committee. Unlike Course Reps, Super Reps are recruited by the SU and paid for their time. Your school’s Super Rep can be located below.
Interested in becoming a Super Rep? Then don’t hesitate to get in touch or keep an eye out for future roles.
Recent Course Rep wins
This year your Reps have been representing your academic interests, making sure you have the best experience on your course. Well done to Reps who have successfully:
1. Changed timetabling for their course, subsequently reducing weekly costs for transport during the cost of living crisis.
2. Advocated for stronger representation and inclusivity for students of different backgrounds and religions on their course.
3. Provided us with crucial feedback from their Student Staff Forums, allowing us to apply pressure and effectively implement change to courses.
Thank you to all our Reps - you are doing an amazing job!