Michaelmas By-Elections 2021

This year's Michaelmas elections will decide on the portfolio roles on the SU Executive, delegates to the National Union of Students Conference and for Academic Reps who represent you to the University. These By-Elections are for roles not filled in the first round of elections.

The polls have closed.

Archaeology (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Architecture (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Astronomy (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Biology (PG) - Rep (2 places)

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Business and Management (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They represent their subject peers and take part in decision making that will affect education now and in years to come. Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community
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Business and Management (PG): MSt - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Business and Management (PG): MPhil and PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Chemistry (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Computer Science (PG): Part III and MPhil - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Computer Science (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Criminology (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Criminology (PG): MPhil - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Criminology (PG): MSt - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Earth Sciences and Geography (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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East Asian Studies (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Economics (UG): Part IIA/IIB - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Education (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Education (PG): PGCE - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Engineering (PG): Research - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Geography (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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History and Philosophy of Science (UG): Part II - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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History and Philosophy of Science (PG): MPhil HMS - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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History of Art (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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History of Art (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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HSPS (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Land Economy (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Land Economy (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Law (UG): Part II - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Law (PG): MCL - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Materials Science and Metallurgy (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Medicine (PG): Brain and Mind Health - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Medicine (PG): Medicine, Haematology and Cambridge Stem Cell Institute - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Law (PG): PhD - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Linguistics (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Linguistics (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Council of the School of Biological Sciences: PG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.
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Medicine (PG): Taught Masters - Rep (2 places)

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Medicine (UG): Pre-Clinical - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Medicine (UG): Clinical Year 4 - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Medicine (UG): Clinical Year 5 - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Medicine (UG): Clinical Year 6 - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Medicine (UG): Graduate Course - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Medicine (PG): Clinical Sciences - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Medicine (PG): Cell Biology, Metabolism and Genetics - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Middle Eastern Studies (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Music (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Music (PG): Masters - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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NST Biological - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Philosophy (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Philosophy (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Physics (PG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Theology and Religious Studies (UG) - Rep (2 places)

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Council of the School of Arts and Humanities: PG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.
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Council of the School of Physical Sciences: PG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.
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Council of the School of Technology: PG - Rep

School Reps are higher level student representatives. They represent those studying subjects within their school, and lead and coordinate the academic reps in relevant faculties and departments. They sit on the Council of the School, which is responsible for education, research, strategy and resource allocation across several faculties in a discipline area. School Reps also sit on the SU's Student Council, where they debate and vote on SU policy.
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Psychology (UG) - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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Veterinary Medicine (UG) - Pre-clinical - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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History and Philosophy of Science (UG): Part III - Rep

Subject Reps are the voice of students in faculties and departments. They run on unique manifestos and are then elected by their subject peers to fulfil this role, which is an exciting opportunity to actively shape your educational experience here at Cambridge! Their responsibilities include taking students’ ideas and concerns to faculty and department boards, relaying important information from those boards back to students, and organising with their peers to foster a subject community.
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SU Executive - Double Time Officer

The Double Time Officer sits on the SU Executive Committee and represents students who are studying their course over a longer period of time as an Adjusted Mode of Assessment (AMA), usually for health reasons.
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SU Executive - Families Officer

The Families Officer sits on the SU Executive Committee and represents students who have the responsibilities of a parent or guardian of a child.
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SU Executive - Part-Time Students' Officer

The Part Time Students' Officer represents students who study part time on the SU Executive Committee. This must be a course defined as PT by the University; students who study a course which is ordinarily full-time over a longer period are represented by the Double Time Officer.
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