The University are rapidly developing plans to deliver learning, teaching and assessment for the next academic year, with a key focus on a blended learning approach (learning online and in person).

We need a group of engaged taught students (undergraduate who will be returning next year and postgraduate taught) to review ideas proposed by the University, which will impact on the student experience.

This is an opportunity to shape how students will engage with their learning, teaching and assessment. We will be regularly sharing information and posing questions and issues arising from discussion with the University and are looking for you to tell us what you think and make suggestions. 

We are keen to hear from students from a diverse range of backgrounds, especially students from our black community, students with disabilities (physical and non-physical) and students from widening participation backgrounds. 

We are also looking for students from all academic disciplines.

This work will take place throughout the summer (from now until the end of August). We appreciate there will be times when you won't be able engage with this work.

Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make it easier for you to engage. This work will mainly be carried out through Microsoft Teams, with regular informal conversations throughout the week. We may also arrange group calls if needed. Using Teams means that you will be able to contribute at a time that suits you. 

Training

We will provide any training and support needed and if there is any particular training and support you have identified you can let us know through the summer. 

Get involved

To get involved, email us at academicreps@bath.ac.uk 

We are happy to take in new members throughout the summer. 

Doctoral Students

The SU will continue to gather feedback and questions from our doctoral community on issues related to their research and return to campus through our Doctoral Community on Microsoft Teams (join using code 1in95kd if you have not already done so) and through our doctoral Academic and Faculty Reps
For more information email postgrads@bath.ac.uk