Drama, Film & Media Student Council
The Drama, Film & Media Student Council Represents all the Drama Film & Media students from the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Faculty (HASS).
If you are in any of the programmes below, then this is your council:
- Acting & World Theatre - BA (Hons)
- Acting & World Theatre - BA (Hons) with Integrated Foundation
- Acting Foundation -
- Film, TV & Digital Media Production - BA (Hons)
- Film, TV & Digital Media Production - BA (Hons) with Integrated Foundation
- Screenwriting & Producing - BA (Hons)
- Screenwriting & Producing - BA (Hons) with Integrated Foundation
The Drama, Film & Media Student Council is there to help students with any issues they are experiencing in their academic life. If you have a problem with a lecturer, your programme, a grade, timetabling, or anything else to do with your academic experience, your first stop should be your Council representative.
The Councils meet weekly to discuss any problems that students have raised with their representatives, and the Council President will then take up any issues with the relevant staff or managers in the University.
Hello students! My name is Jamie Chu and I’m the President of the Film, Media & Performance Council. I work hard alongside my representatives and the Student Union to get you the most out of your time here.
The Film, Media & Performance Council is at your disposal for any questions or issues you may encounter at any time during your education at Regent’s. We provide you with a chance to have your thoughts and ideas passed through to the people that can make them a reality.
Not only do we cater for your academic welfare, but the Film, Media & Performance Council also hosts a series of events throughout the year that are tailored to suit your needs, be it a casual film screening or a talk given by an industry professional.
I’m a firm believer that we here in the Film, Media & Performance Council learn best from each other, so I’d highly recommend getting to know your peers and even your fellow students in the years above as some of the best experiences to have come out of Regent’s have been from working on fantastic projects with like-minded people.
We value your time as much as you do so feel free to come and chat during the semester and ask me or any member of the SU about anything you’re unsure of!
If you are interested in making things better in your course and you like the idea of helping your fellow students and engaging with every aspect of your course, you will gain a lot from applying to be a Council representative. You will need to be fully engaged and committed to representing your fellow students. You will be expected to gather information for the students to present at the weekly Council meetings.
There are real benefits for you too – any involvement in the Student Union is a great addition to your CV. It’s a first step to becoming involved in the politics of the University. At the end of your term as a representative, you will receive a certificate to mark your contribution. You will be in line to be nominated for student representative awards, and, on request, you will receive a formal letter of recommendation to add to your CV. You will have the chance to be fully involved in all aspects of student life.
If you want to join your Council as a representative, you can apply Below:
Join the Drama, Film & Media Student Council
Your time at university is what you make it – and so we encourage you to grab every opportunity to get involved in extra-curricular activities. You’ll meet new friends, make memories, and gain valuable experience to enhance your CV.
There are many ways you can get involved – by joining a society or sports club to develop your interests, by serving on an academic council to have a say in how your school or department is run, or by joining the social or academic events teams to give all of our students the best and most fulfilling experience in their time here.
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The Film, Media, and Performance (FMP) Council is working hard on planning two events this spring semester as well as working with the Film Society for bi-weekly screenings. We are working with our course lecturers to set up a networking session amongst the FMP students, as well as working with the course lecturers to improve career […]
Last semester the Drama, Film, and Media Council had the pleasure of organising and hosting the Regent’s Oscars, an event that showcased the talent and creativity we have here at Regent’s. It was an exciting couple of weeks as submissions started coming in for the 5 different categories we offered. We saw all manner of films and […]