The Faculty of Arts and Humanities is made up of several differentPprogrammes of study that sit below overarching Departments, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities does not currently have an Academic Association.
Reps will be invited to sit on Faculty committees and will also be invited along to provide feedback at SSLC(Student Staff Liaison Committee) meetings.
Representatives are elected from each Arts and Humanities department (Classics, Comparative Literature, Culture, Media & Creative Industries, Digital Humanities, English, European & International Studies, Film Studies, French, German, Hellenic Studies, History, Liberal Arts, Music, Philosophy, Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies, Theology & Religious Studies),
These reps are responsible for co-chairing their departmental Staff-Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) meetings but will also represent their department at the Student Experience Forum.
Each Department then elect representatives from within their programme. For example, the Classics department have several reps such as the Classics Postgraduate Taught Rep, the Classics Final year Undergrad Rep and so forth. They are responsible for liaising directly with their respective programme and their peers on a local level. The representatives are responsible for representing their Programme at department SSLCs.
Faculty Rep Handbooks 2019/20