Students are a fundamental aspect of any university and the College must ensure that the student experience, both academic and social, is the best it can possibly be. In order for this to happen King’s College London and KCLSU work closely together to ensure that effective representation is in place to allow all students to have a voice and an opportunity to provide feedback regarding their experience.
Student Reps play a crucial role in shaping the learning, teaching and research experience/environment. Students in each programme, department and/or faculty elect and select Student Reps to represent their views.
If you are a staff member working with Student Reps, please click here.
How to be a Rep
All the top tips, secrets and important links to help you to be an effective Student Rep.
Find the full handbook here: KCLSU Student Rep Handbook
Postgraduate Research Students
The King's Doctoral Student's Association [KDSA] is the recognised representative body of the Postgraduate Research Student community. It is an autonomous body within the KCLSU representative structure.
To find out more about how the the KDSA works, who is on the committee and how to get involved, click here.
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Contact Your Student Rep
If you want to find out who your Student Rep is or how you can become involved - please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a Student Rep, if you ever have any concerns throughout your tenure, never hesitate to contact your KCLSU Student Officers or the KCLSU Student Voice Team, likewise if you're a student here at King's and wish for more information please get in touch.
Mariya Hussain | KCLSU Vice-President Education (Arts & Science)
Email: email@example.com // Tweet: @kclsu_vpeas
Jack Haywood | KCLSU Vice-President Education (Health)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org // Tweet: @kclsu_vpeh
Alex Murray | KCLSU Engagement & Representation Coordinator
Email: email@example.com // Tweet: @KCLSU_Voice
KCLSU Student Rep Handbook