Students - could you advise on the future of higher education?
24th January 2013
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Could you use your experience as a student to make a difference to our work with universities and colleges? Now is the perfect time to work with a national organisation to help shape and influence our work with universities and colleges to help meet the needs of students across the UK. About the HEA The Higher Education Academy (HEA) is a national body for teaching in higher education. We work with universities and colleges to help ensure students in the UK get a world-class education and the best possible experience while they’re studying. We are looking for 15 national student advisers to join our Student Advisory Forum. National student advisers Become a national student adviser and you will use your insight, communication skills and judgement to advise us on teaching-related issues that matter to students and on aspects of our work that affect them directly. Feeding into the HEA’s senior team, you will gain first-class experience of working with a national organisation to shape and influence its work with universities and colleges across the UK. Expenses will be paid. Responsibilities As a national student adviser you will:
- prepare for and attend three meetings in York over a period of 18 months;
- advise on teaching-related issues that matter to students;
- advise on aspects of our work that have direct impact for students;
- suggest ways for the HEA to develop existing and new ways of working with students.
- can demonstrate an interest in developing teaching, higher education and the student experience;
- can assimilate information and experience to advise on our work;
- can attend the meetings scheduled on the 5 March and 25 June 2013