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Student Involvement

Sign up to be a student panellist

What tasks will I be doing?

  • You'll sit on the review panel for a department that isn't your own.
  • You will participate in an online training in the autumn term.
  • You will read and understand the Self-Evaluation Document submitted by a department.
  • You will attend two review visits, one online in February and one in-person in March/April.
  • You will contribute to the panel report.
  • The time commitment is approximately 35-40 hours over the span of December 2022-April 2023.
  • Want to learn more? We encourage you to check out our timeline to provide more context!

Who's eligible?

  • Any current, registered Warwick student!
  • You must have the right to work in the UK, as this is a paid opportunity. You will receive a flat fee of £1,000 and 11 points towards the Warwick Award.
  • We want our review panels to reflect the diversity of our student body, so all courses, years and backgrounds are encouraged to apply! This includes part-time, mature, international, and degree apprenticeship students.
  • No prior experience is necessary. Training will be provided.

How do I apply?

  • To express interest, please fill out our application form below.
  • If you are successful, you will hear from us by mid-November. You will then be contacted by Unitemps to set up an account for right to work checks and funding distribution.
  • Depending on volume, you may be asked to attend a brief, informal interview.
  • Deadline to apply: 31 October. Applications are now closed.

      Wondering why you should apply? Hear from our Student Co-Creation Officers, Tony and Nikita


      Let's Chat!

      Not sure if this role is right for you? Interested but confused or concerned about certain aspects? Want to discuss accessibility needs? Book a 10-minute MS Teams chat with ITLR's Student Co-Creation Officers or Katie Berlin, EPQ's Student Engagement Officer, to learn more. 

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