Student participation

The College of Humanities has a Taught Postgraduate Student Staff Liasion Committee, which is made up of staff and student representatives and is chaired by a student member elected by the committee.

Student representatives are drawn from the different disciplines represented across the College and from our Masters programmes.

This committee is an important means by which students can voice their views and concerns about their studies, and influence the development of policy regarding postgraduate matters. The group exists to enable students and staff jointly to participate in the management and improvement of postgraduate provision within the College. It serves as an arena in which students can identify and communicate any concerns and have them fed into the decision-making processes within the College.