Undergraduate Student Council

Undergraduate Student Council

The Undergraduate Council Represents the undergraduate students from the Business and Management Faculty (BAM).

If you are in any of the programmes below, then this is your council!


The Undergraduate 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.

I am Louica Unger, your Business and Management Undergraduate Council President and would like to give a warm welcome to all students to the Fall Semester 2017.

Along with a team of student representatives, my council discusses and resolves academic as well as social issues and questions to make your programme experience as successful as possible. The team aims to provide services to complement students’ needs, hear their ideas and represent their voices amongst the Regent’s community.

The BAM Undergraduate Council intends to meet regularly to be updated on every issue and information relevant to the student body, as well as to plan and host both social and academic events.

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 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 Undergraduate 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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Latest news by the Undergraduate Council:


A great start for our Undergraduate Council

This semester the council has already started working on multiple issues that students presented. We currently have more than 20 Council members and had our first meeting on Tuesday the 17th February 2017, where we discussed various issues that were brought up in Senate. We are also In the process of recruiting Students Reps with the help […]

BAM Undergraduate Council Presidential Announcement for the Academic year 2016/17

The undergraduate council has achieved an enormous amount through the last ten months with various activities, such as improvements made towards the student experience, social events, and academic events. Academic Events This coming year we have a variety of exciting events to offer the student body such as “Start-Up to Global Giant,” “Regent’s Business Conference” […]

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