Representation Structure

Imperial College Union operates two Representation Networks of over 600 elected student representatives – the Academic Representation Network (undergraduates & postgraduates) and the Wellbeing Representation Network (undergraduates only). The two Networks represent students at Imperial in different areas which are outlined below:

Academic Representation Network Areas 

  • Assessment issues: examination timings, coursework, feedback
  • Learning experience: workload, availability of staff support
  • Resources: eLearning, ICT provisions, quality of learning space
  • Academic experience: any issues related to the academic experience

Structure of Academic Representation

Structure of Horizons Academic Representation

Wellbeing Representation Network Areas

  • Health: mental, physical, sexual, emotional
  • Financial concern: accommodation / rent, student loan repayments, part-time employment
  • Relationships: bullying, harassment, sexual violence, isolation, loneliness, withdrawal
  • Equality & diversity: ensuring minority groups are represented, upholding Imperial Expectations
  • Personal safety: communication, risk awareness, city living, travelling alone
In undergraduate departments Academic and Wellbeing Rep teams will work together to tackle local student issue and build a supportive commmunity. 

Structure of Wellbeing Representation

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