If you’d like to get in touch by emailwith a current student from your course prior to your arrival we have a number of Student Experience Representatives who will act as ‘buddies’ and answer any questions you have about settling in to life in Glasgow. They’ll also be more than happy to meet up with you during Welcome and Transitions Week in September if you wish to arrange this.The Reps are selected by programme of study for the School of Dance, Drama, Production and Film and by departmentwithin the School of Music.

They are elected each year in a manner decided by the SU Council and their role, as well as that of ‘buddy’ to new students, is to represent student interests within the Student Union Council and other relevant committees. They focus on customary governance, estate and other transitional matters relating to students. The remit differs from that of a Programme Committee Representative who seek feedback from students directly related to their programme of study. Your Student Experience Representatives for the academic year 2019/2020 (and the summer break preceding this) are as follows:

School of Dance, Drama, Production and Film

BA Acting – Vacant

BA Musical Theatre – Marc McMillan

BA Contemporary Performance Practice – Julia Darrouy

BA Production Arts and Design – Jasmine Munns

BA Production Technology and Management – Neal Clark

BA Filmmaking – Abbie Menzies

MA Classical and Contemporary Text and MA Musical Theatre – Vacant

BA Modern Ballet – Ava McEvoy and Nicola Scholefield

BA Performance in British Sign Language and English – Claire Wetherall

School of Music

Brass – Adam Dougherty

Composition – Aidan Teplitzky

Guitar and Harp – Vacant

Jazz – Rachel Duns

Keyboard – Nikita Lukinov

Strings – Laetitia Pannetier, Ken Fairbrother and Jasmine Ong

Timpani and Percussion – Michael O’Rourke

Traditional Music – Vacant

Vocal Studies – Amy Wallace

Woodwind – Derin Dusenkalkar andBogdan Jeler

BEd – Zara Stone

Research – Ankna Arockiam

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