Answered By: Joselyn Figueroa Last Updated: Apr 06, 2018 Views: 117
A Course Representative is a student on a programme elected by their fellow students to represent them.
Course Representatives collect feedback from their fellow students on issues ranging from the content and structure of programmes to communication and resources. They then share this feedback with senior academics from the University of Liverpool and Laureate Online Education staff through the Staff-Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) meetings.
The outcomes of the SSLC meetings are discussed at the University's Board of Studies which is responsible for the development of the programmes. The feedback allows the University to consider any changes, improvements or additions that need to be made to the tools and services offered. This means that Student Representatives play an important role in and make a valuable contribution to the overall student experience.
You can find out more information about the Course Representatives here.
If you have any feedback that you wish to share with your Course Representative, you can contact them via the email addresses listed under their respective pages, which can all be found through the link above.