Student representatives

Election Results for Student Representatives

These are the results of the elections for Student Representatives which were held on Thursday, 10 March, 2022. 


Nomination Forms received till noon of 21 February 2022

Election to be held on 10th March 2022


No nominations received


Notices and Nomination Forms issued on 14 February 2022

The study-unit ‘PSY2650 - Student Representation at University’ will be on offer again at the University for the academic year 2021/2022


The Role

Student Representatives are the link between students and the University.

Student Representatives on Council, Senate, Boards of the Faculties, Institutes, Centres and Schools and students participating in Senate-recognised Student Societies at the University of Malta are committed to:

  • make a difference
  • achieve change
  • improve the students’ experience on campus.


Participation and contribution on the various University Boards and Senate-recognised Student Societies will now be officially acknowledged on the transcript. As from academic year 2018/19, a new optional study-unit, PSY2650 – Student Representation at University, has been offered.

This study-unit will be on offer again during the current academic year. This optional study-unit will combine experiential learning with active reflection on that learning. The aim of this study-unit is to facilitate student participation in a number of meetings within University structures as well as student participation in Senate-recognised Student Societies and the development of interpersonal and group skills.


The Seminars will be held on 13 October 2021, 27 October 2021, 10 November 2021 and 24 November 2021 between 12:00-14:00 by Professor Mary Anne Lauri and Ms Carmen Mangion. Venue to be announced. 


Students can register for PSY2650 as an extra study-unit; this is applicable for students following courses where all study-units are compulsory. Other students can opt for this unit as an optional study-unit. Details are available online

To register for PSY2650 students are expected to:

  • be currently student representatives or intending to contest the student representatives elections during the current academic year or are currently members in Senate-recognised Student Societies
  • attend regularly Board Meetings
  • attend the 4 Seminars which are held during the year.

Students can register at their home Faculty and send an e-mail on to reserve a place since only the first 20 students will be accepted to follow this study-unit.

Students are strongly encouraged to register for this study-unit as such training will enable participants to be better and more effective representatives of fellow students.


Contact details

Ms Carmen Mangion
Deputy Registrar
Office of the Registrar
Room 209 Administration Building
Tel: +356 2340 3736/3297


Ms Carmen Mangion
Deputy Registrar
Office of the Registrar
Room 209 Administration Building
Tel: +356 2340 3736/3297