Be a Student Adviser

 

'Giving my input from a student perspective was a really valuable experience and it is important that every student gets the best possible education they can get while here at BU. It's one of the reasons I applied for the role.'

 

Are you passionate about improving the student educational experience at BU?

Would you like to develop your communication and critical thinking skills whilst speaking up for students?

SUBU and BU are looking for students to be paid panel members and have a voice on BU’s programme approval and review panels for 2018/19. These panels look at how well the design of a course suits students - like other panel members, student advisers receive £150 for each panel they take part in.

If you are reliable, diligent and objective when considering issues and professional in your approach, this may be the opportunity for you…

Full training will be given, so passion and interest in the work is more important than knowledge right now.

Questions? Just email studentadvisers@bournemouth.ac.uk 

Information sessions

To find out more, come along to a 20-minute information & question session where staff will be on hand to tell you more:

                   Wednesday 27th February

                   F309 (Fusion Building, Talbot Campus)

                   12.15 OR 13.15

Documents about the role

Student Advisers for Programme Reviews Overview
Student Advisers Role Profile

 

What previous Student Advisers say...

 

Georgina, Student Adviser 2018:

"By being on the Programme Review Panel, I was able to develop my professional speaking skills, my eye for detail and self-confidence. I learned more about how the university functions behind the scenes, and it was a great opportunity to express my opinions in front of various academics - and be taken seriously too"

 

 

 

 

Jack, Student Adviser 2018:

"The skills I learnt or improved upon were more confidence in presenting/ public speaking, organising resources and managing time effectively, but overall it gave me a lot more self-confidence and was great to be a part of it"