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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

Faculty Board



Matthew Vella - 2nd year student following the B.Sc. I.T. (Hons.) in Software Development

I am currently a second year student reading for a B.Sc. I.T. (Hons.) in Software Development. I have taken this role to not only help any student within the Faculty with their complaints but to provide an easy and structured method to convey any issue to the staff.


Julian Demicoli1st year student following the B.Sc. I.T. (Hons.) in Computing and Business

I am currently reading for a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Honours) (Computing and Business). My role is to act as a link between students and the University, thus please feel free to talk to me about any issues you may be facing or any brilliant ideas you may have.


Jason Micallef3rd year student following the M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence 

I am currently in my third year of studies for the Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence and have taken up this role to give me an opportunity to to help solve any uncertainties that post graduates face relating to the administration side of things. Apart from my studies I also work in IT administration in a leading law firm.


If you would like to get in touch with student representatives, kindly use our Google Form.  



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Last Updated: 25 April 2018

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