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The Staff-Student Consultative Committee for MA students (SSCC-MA) provides a forum for discussion between the staff and students of the School and offers an opportunity for concerns or questions to be raised by students. It observes the UCL Policy for Staff-Student Consultative Committees, as described in the UCL Academic Manual, Section H3.
The SSCC comprises:
- One student representative from each MA degree programme;
- The School Postgraduate Programmes Tutor;
- The Postgraduate Programmes Officer.
Student representatives are elected by other students at the beginning of the Autumn Term and serve for the full academic year.
Meetings take place twice a year. Scheduled meeting dates are given in the Meetings page of the School wesbite. Additional meetings may take place as agreed by the student representatives and the School Postgraduate Programmes Tutor.
Meetings are chaired by the School Postgraduate Programmes Tutor, who solicits items for the agenda at least one week in advance. The Postgraduate Programmes Officer normally act as secretary to the committee. Minutes are taken and posted in the Meetings page of the School website.
Terms of Reference
- To discuss follow-up action resulting from previous School meetings;
- To comment upon the outcome of degree programme and course evaluation questionnaires and any consequent follow-up action;
- To receive notification of any School degree programme changes with respect to teaching, admissions, and assessment;
- To comment upon any significant changes to any School degrees' policy which would have a direct consequence for teaching, admissions, and assessment;
- To receive and consider copies of the annual reports of the Chair of the School's Board of Examiners.