of all our most recent UK undergraduates (FT and PT) are in employment or further study after six months
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It is important that there are opportunities for you to share your views on the student experience and programme of study.
Student-staff liaison meetings normally take place once a term and are your chance to have your say.
One or more Student Representatives will be elected to attend these meetings, to raise the views of fellow students and report back to their peer group on outcomes.
What is the role of a Student Representative?
The role of a student representative is vital to assure a high-quality student experience and to support student retention and success.
There are four strands of student representation:
A student representative:
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