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Student Academic Representatives (StARs)
StARs are students elected by students on their course to represent students’ views and to raise issues related to their academic experience.
What do StARs do?
- Represent the views of students on their course, listen to students and raise issues on their behalf
- Work closely with and regularly meet up with Course Leaders to address the issues raised
- Work closely with the Sabbatical Officers and Hub Committee members who represent each Faculty
- Attend the Course Committee meetings to represent the students and address the issues raised by them
Why should you become a StAR?
- You want be directly involved in improving the student experience on courses and teaching at London Met
- Raise issues and concerns on behalf of your peers
- You belief that students should have a say in the decision-making process which affects their academic experience at London Met
- You are determined to leave London Met with more than just a degree
- A great way to get involved in the Students’ Union, student activism and the UK-wide student movement
How do I become a StAR?
Get in touch with your Course Leader – and put your name forward. We need StARs for each Level of the BA Education and Social Policy degree!
What will happen once you have been elected as a StAR?
You will receive training on October and November – where you will be briefed on your role.