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Our news and events section contains the latest information about our research, publications and conferences, as well as the activities of our staff and students.

Our Student Staff Liaison Committees are a forum for you to voice opinions and raise issues related to any aspect of your studies and experience in our School. Our Undergraduate Student Staff Liaison Committee (USSLC) and Postgraduate Student Staff Liaison Committee (PGSSLC) represent undergraduate and postgraduate students respectively. Committees meet once a term and the minutes are received at our next School Meeting.

The Students Union is responsible for managing the recruitment of course reps, but the School plays an active role in advertising the opportunity. Our USSLC is also asked to elect at least one of its representatives to attend School Meetings and School Education Committee meetings.

You can read our Student survey results on this page.


Undergraduate SSLC dates 2016-17

  • Autumn Term: 1pm on Wednesday 16 November 2016
  • Spring Term: 3pm on Monday 27 February 2017
  • Summer Term: Week 31 (date TBC)
Undergraduate representatives 2016-17
Name Year and course Email
Fred Lenox-Conyngham BA Philosophy (with year abroad), Year 4
Patrick Yates BA Philosophy, Year 2
Ugne Revinskaite BA Philosophy and Politics, Year 1
Alessandro Di Benedetto BA Philosophy, Year 3
Iuliana Sambotin BA Philosophy and Politics, Year 2
Henrikke Teian BA Philosophy (with year abroad), Year 2

The chair of our USSLC is our Director of Undergraduate Studies, Dr Fiona Hughes.


Postgraduate GFM dates

  • Autumn term: 21 November 2016
  • Spring term: 21 February 2017
  • Summer term: Week 31 (date TBC)
Postgraduate representatives 2016-17
Name Year and course Email
John Schmick MA Philosophy

The chair of our PGSSLC is our Director of Postgraduate Studies, Professor Béatrice Han-Pile.

Student Satisfaction Survey feedback

Code of practice

Our University’s code of practice for student representation within departments provides useful information about the role of student representatives, their rights and responsibilities.