Student Experience is seeking to build an institutional picture of all the ways students are currently invited, involved and/or employed in any university operations, design and planning, whether in the academic or professional services space.
Examples could be student panels, student committees, seasonal temp roles, ambassador roles, advisory groups, associates, explicit co-creation roles, and many more…
This collation work has a number of end goals:
To better champion the range of diverse, high-quality opportunities for Warwick students to build their skills and knowledge through University roles.
To produce a best practice toolkit for teams wishing to start working more closely with students: From current examples, what makes student roles the most rewarding and beneficial for all parties?
Where payment applies, to better promote and celebrate the significant opportunities for Warwick students to find part-time, flexible, interesting, paid work on campus alongside their studies
If you currently engage students in any capacity in formal or informal, paid or unpaid roles, we would be extremely grateful if you could fill in this webform providing some simple details about the roles. If you prefer just to leave your name and brief details in the first two fields, we can also call you to cover the other details verbally.
If you would like to remain updated on this work and its findings, please tick the box at the end of the form.