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If you want to change something about your education, or pass on feedback about your experience, you can contact one of our Academic Representatives. Every taught course has at least one Course Representative, and groups of research students are represented by Research Student Representatives.

Every department also has a Lead Department Representative, and there are Faculty Representatives for each of the 11 faculties at UCL.

Together, these reps gather your opinions and work with the staff at different levels of the university to act on your priorities and make your education better. 

We support and promote the work of Academic Representatives to make sure they are equipped to represent your views effectively. It also allows us to listen to what you tell your reps and make sure our work to improve education across UCL as a whole is fresh, relevant, and produces action on the things you care about. 

Different kinds of Reps

There are different types of representatives that do slightly different jobs. 

  • Course Representatives represent students on a taught programme of study, an undergraduate degree or a masters
  • Research Student Representatives represent groups of Postgraduate Research Students. 
  • Lead Department Representatives take on a role leading on representation in your department, 
  • Faculty Representatives are elected roles that represent students at the Faculty level. 

More detail about what these roles do is available here.

Find your Academic Representative

The contact details for all academic reps are now available online and you should be able to find yours here.  If you can’t, contact us at  .