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Introduction: the role of a Student Representative

Student representatives attend and participate in Board meetings and other functions, and present the students' voice. Students may contact their representative should they require advice or to discuss any complaints they may wish to air. Student representatives on Boards of Studies deal mainly with issues related to a specific programme of studies, while broader issues are best referred to the student representatives on the Institute Board.

Board of the Institute

As no nominations were received for the two existing vacancies for the post  of Student Representative on this Board, the election scheduled for Thursday 14 March 2019 was not held.

Boards of Studies

  • Since no nominations were received for the vacancies on the Boards of Studies of the Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Mediterranean Agro-Ecosystem Management and the Master of Science by Research, elections could not be held and the posts of Student Representatives for these two programmes are vacant.

 

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