Student Representatives are the link between students and the University.
- make a difference
- achieve change
- improve the students’ experience on campus.
Participation and contribution on the various University Boards will now be officially acknowledged on the transcript. As from the current academic year 2016/17, a new optional study-unit, PSY2650 – Student Representation at University, is on offer.
- be currently student representatives or intending to contest the student representatives elections during the current academic year
- attend the Board Meetings
- attend the 3 Seminars which are being held during the first semester.
The first seminar will be held on 17 November 2016 between 10:00 and 12:00. The other two seminars will be held in December 2016 and January 2017. Full details will be announced in due course.
Faculty for the Built Environment – 1 vacancy for a postgraduate student
Faculty of Dental Surgery – 1 vacancy
Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy – 2 vacancies, at least 1 is for a postgraduate student
Faculty of Education – 3 vacancies, at least 1 is for a postgraduate student
Faculty of Engineering – 2 vacancies, at least 1 is for a postgraduate student
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery – 2 vacancies, at least 1 is for a postgraduate student
Institute of Aerospace Technologies – 2 vacancies
Institute for Climate Change and Sustainable Development – 2 vacancies
Institute of Digital Games - 2 vacancies
Institute of Earth Systems - 2 vacancies
The Edward De Bono Institute for the Design and Development of Thinking – 1 vacancy
Institute for European Studies – 1 vacancy
Institute of Maltese Studies – 2 vacancies
Institute of Space Sciences and Astronomy – 2 vacancies
Mediterranean Institute – 2 vacancies
Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics – 2 vacancies
Centre for Environmental Education & Research – 2 vacancies
Centre for Liberal Arts and Sciences – 1 vacancy
School of Performing Arts – 1 vacancy
International School for Foundation Studies – 3 vacancies (one student from each programme)