Student Representatives (SSLC & SVR)

Student Voice Representatives (SVR)

The Students' Association recruit Student Voice Representatives (SVR) each year and work directly with them on improving the student experience at BPP. The SVRs are recruited from across the various programmes to ensure a wide variety of views are considered.
 

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Applications for new Student Voice Representatives 2021-22 will be open 27th September - 8th October.
To apply please complete this form and email it to represent@bpp.com.
 

The role of a Student Voice Representative includes:

  • To join regular focus groups put on by the Students Association and various other departments within BPP to gain valuable student feedback on a wide range of issues and services;
  • To meet with the Senior Leadership Team at BPP in townhall meetings and subject sessions;
  • To attend various BPP University Boards and Committee meetings to represent student interests;
  • To work directly with the Student Association staff on any matters arising;
  • To co-author the annual Student Written Submission and the Learner Written Submission (Apprentices) alongside the Students' Association. These document offer recommendations and areas of good practice annually and feeds into University workstreams.

 

Law School:

Lucy Erin-Hunter (Paralegal Apprentice)

Amy Marren (Solicitor Apprentice) Tori Stammers (Solicitor Apprentice) Khayl'La Ball (BTC)

We will be recruiting additional student voice representatives from the Law School from the 27th September to 8th October. Please apply above.

Business School:

Philip Nyeko (MSc Management with Project Management)

Farheen Rasheed (MSc Accounting and Finance (ADAF))

Abhinendra Prasad Jain (MSc Accounting and Finance (ADAF))

We will be recruiting additional student voice representatives from the Business School from the 27th September to 8th October. Please apply above.

Nursing School:

Hillary Chinyerere (Mental Health Nursing) Ashley O'horan (Mental Health Nursing) Laura Green (Adult Nursing) Naomi Knight (Child Nursing) Rebecca Taylor (Child Nursing) Ellen Eyers (Nursing)


Technology School:

We will be recruiting new student voice representatives from the School of Technology from the 27th September to 8th October. Please apply above.

Psychology School:

We will be recruiting new student voice representatives from the School of Psychology from the 27th September to 8th October. Please apply above.

Staff Student Liaison Committee (SSLC)

The Staff Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) is a mechanism by which students and staff can communicate and obtain feedback about all aspects of the BPP experience including the programme, facilities, student welfare, careers, activities and pro bono.

The SSLC is made up of student representatives from every tutor group on every programme at BPP who are nominated at the start of the year. These representatives meet with staff in order to raise issues or concerns, suggest improvements to the course content and structure, and offer feedback on new initiatives.

The role of an SSLC representative includes:

  • To promote careers and pro bono events and initiatives to fellow students by making announcements within classes;
  • To direct colleagues to careers events and student support resources that are available on the Hub/VLE or www.bppstudents.com website;
  • To advocate their peers views at SSLC meetings with programme leaders and staff;
  • To liaise with the members of the Students’ Association team and keep them abreast of any issues;
  • To keep students informed of the outcome of SSLC meetings.

Minutes from SSLC meetings will be reguarly reviewed by the Students' Association team and the actions agreed with the Schools tracked. Students are welcome to contact their Programme Leaders should they wish to view the relevant SSLC minutes.

Those who would like represent your peers as a SSLC Representative should make this known to their personal tutor or programme team who will provide further details on how to apply.

Personal Benefit of being a Student Representative

Being a student representative is a good opportunity for your personal development. It is a useful addition to your CV due to the skills that you will use and develop whilst carrying out your role as a student representative. You can also ask us for feedback on your performance during your time in post. And what could be more rewarding than the chance to influence the future of your student experience?