Partnership at RGU

Although RGU:Union is a seperate organisation to the university, we work directly in partnership to make sure students have the best experience while at university. All students are automatically members of RGU:Union, so it is our job to represent the views of students to the best of our abilities

The idea of 'partnership' is really important at RGU, as there are student representatives on almost every decision making body at the university. We regularly work together as students and staff to develop solutions to students problems. As part of this concept, RGU and RGU:Union have a joint 'Student Partnership Agreement' which outlines all the representative mechanisms as well as a number of 'enhancement' themes which are key areas we would like to work towards changing for the better.

This videos tells you all about what 'partnership' means at RGU.

Partnership at RGU from RGU DELTA on Vimeo.

 

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