Student Committees


2011-12-17 23:40:58

Student Committees

The Student Committee is a vital part of university life as it allows students to participate in a democratically elected setting.

Elections are held each year to nominate students to represent their schools, departments, classes and student associations on the Faculty Board.

Student Committees exist in every school as a committee elected by the students of that school. In any school, this committee often has its own room within the school building, dedicated to social and organizational activities of the student body.

Student Committees are run by students independently from the school teaching staff. The aim behind the existence of these committees is to stand for the students inside and outside the school. These committees are also responsible for providing many of different services to students.

These unions generally have similar aims and focus on providing facilities, support and services to students.