Student Reviewers are students who have volunteered to ensure new and current courses meet the needs of students.
After attending training, they are invited to participate in scheme and periodic scheme review approval panels. Here they review documentation and ask questions (alongside University staff) to help make sure the expected and actual experience of students on new and existing courses is consdiered.
We believe that the student voice matters most and work to ensure students views, needs and concerns shape the University and Students’ Union.
As a student reviewer you get to see behind the scenes of how new or current courses are created and developed here at Aberystwth! The role may particularly suit students who are looking to develop new and existing skills relating to research, critical thinking, reflection, analysis, diplomacy and meeting skills or those who simply want a greater understanding of the University, its quality structures and processes.
By becoming a Student Reviewer, you will have been chosen based on your skills and experience to feedback on the experiences of students.
Recruitment for Student Reviewers is open to all students throughout the academic year, including previous applicants, Academic representatives and Faculty representatives.
Applications received will be reviewed in late October and late January each year by the Academic Affairs Officer in discussion with the Academic Quality and Records Office (AQRO). Those selected will be invited to attend a compulsory training session after which their details will be kept on file and contacted whenever an event is organised.
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All student reviewers once selected will be invited to a compulsory training sessions organised by AberSU in consultation with the Academic Quality and Records Office. In addition, reviewers may be invited to attend various briefing and preparatory meetings for panels.
Where a Reviewer remains in the role for longer than a year, annual refresher training will be provided. AberSU may also at times facilitate meetings with new and experienced Reviewers to discuss their experiences of the process and their role within it.