Staff Student Consultative Committees
It is a University requirement that every Academic School must establish at least one Staff/Student Consultative Committee (SSCC).
The purpose of SSCCs is:-
- to ensure that schools and institutes receive evaluation and feedback from students on the quality of their academic provision and associated activities;
- to provide a mechanism whereby heads of schools and institutes can seek the views of students on matters of policy related to course development and review; and
- to enable discussion of areas of concern for students in terms of academic provision and related activities.
There are three undergraduate SSCC committees in the School at undergraduate level: History, Anthropology and Byzantine Studies. At postgraduate level there is one SSCC which is made up from members drawn from across the School.
View PG SSCC Constitution
View SSCC Guidelines