University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

Get involved in School of Management activities

There are lots of opportunities to get involved in the University - see the first year student pages or the Students' Union website external website. There are also ways you can get involved in activities in the School.

Become an Academic Representative

Get Involved

Help shape and enhance your course and student experience by becoming an Academic Representative external website (rep for short).

Reps ensure that student concerns, views and opinions are heard and acted upon by the School. They play a key part in reviewing and improving student experience.

Reps work on behalf of their cohort with staff including the Associate Dean, Directors of Studies and Student Experience Officers. They participate in the Staff Student Liaison Committee (SSLC).

You will receive information on how to nominate yourself to stand for election on your arrival. Elections take place in the first few weeks of the semester and those elected represent their colleagues for an academic year.

You can find out more about becoming an Academic Representative for your course on the Students' Union website external website.

Becoming an Academic Representative gives you an excellent opportunity to make your voice heard.

Join the School of Management Student Association (SoMSA)

The School of Management Student Association (SoMSA) is a student-led initiative. Its key aim is to create opportunities for students to develop skills, experience and business relationships by engaging with local, national and global organisations.

You can find out more about events, board member vacancies and how to get involved on their Facebook page external website. You can also view current vacancies on recruiterbox external website.

Join the Conversation Club

The School of Management’s Conversation Club meets once a week for an hour and is open to all students in the School. It is an informal club that encourages friendships and cultural exchange.

Conversations are led in small groups by fluent English speaking volunteers on different topics from food to national holidays.

For just an hour of your time a week, you can enjoy talking to new people and learning about new cultures. Volunteering doesn't get much easier than that.

Benefits of joining

International students

Fluent English speakers

If you are interested in other cultures and enjoy getting to know and help others then this club is for you!

Contact your Student Experience Officer if you would like to get involved.