Introduction: the Role of a Student Representative
Each Faculty at the University of Malta has student representatives at course level, on Faculty Board as well as on Council and Senate. Student representatives participate and attend Board meetings and other functions and present the students’ voice. Students may contact their representative should they require advice or for the representative to deal with a complaint.
Student Representatives on Faculty Sub-Committees
Bernine Caruana - 2nd year student following the B.Sc. I.T. (Hons.) in Software Development
I am a 2nd year ICT student reading for B.Sc. I.T. (Hons.) in Software Development. During the past years as a Junior College student I have also served as a student representative on the board of studies of the Humanities Department for a whole year during my course and now I have taken this opportunity to represent and help IT student to put forward any complaints and suggestions. Since I have always been active in student organizations I am willing to give voice to any queries and work in a team with the rest of the students in order to achieve the best for all ICT students at the University of Malta.
Nicky Buttigieg - 1st year student following the B.Sc. I.T. (Hons.) in Software Development
I am currently a first year student reading for a B.Sc. I.T. (Hons.) in Software Development and have been elected as a Student Representative of the Faculty of ICT for the following two years until 2017. My role is to establish an efficient and bi-directional means of communication between students and staff members.
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Keith Vassallo - 1st year student following the M.Sc. ICT (Hons.) in Computer Information Systems
I am reading for an M.Sc. ICT (Hons.) in Computer Information Systems. I was a student representative during my years reading for a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Information Systems at London Metropolitan University, and have taken this opportunity to now represent ICT students at the University of Malta. I also work as Director of Studies for a local private ICT institute and hence have teaching experience. I encourage all students to contact me with any suggestions, questions, comments and complaints and I will do my best to pass them on and see them actioned.
5 May 2016