How can I make a change in the University?
Open to all students, across all years and campuses, the Students as Change Agents programme allows you to work on a project to improve the University. You'll be an active member of a team, or work independently, to make a real impact on teaching and learning.
We'll support you to lead a change agents project once you've found an area you'd like to improve. While working on your project, you'll also have the opportunity to gain credits for the Nottingham Advantage Award.
Reasons to get involved
- You'll play an active part in making significant changes to improve the current and future student experience
- Enhance your CV with valuable skills in project management, communication, problem-solving and many more! You'll get training and hands-on experience
- You can also choose to get credit for your work by doing the Nottingham Advantage Award Students as Change Agents module. Check out the Nottingham Advantage Award website or log in to Workspace to find out more.
What kind of projects can I get involved in?
Room for more change?
If you've already completed the Students as Change Agents module for the Nottingham Advantage Award, you can still take on another project. By enrolling for the Students as Change Leaders module, you can get 10 more credits for doing a change agent project.
Read more about the Students as Change Leaders module here.