Psychology Councillors are students working in partnership with staff in the School of Psychology to ensure students’ views are heard, to make the School and our courses as vibrant and exciting as possible, and to learn more about research and programme administration
Psychology Council is one of the ways in which staff and students in the School work in partnership. The Council is organised by the student advocate, Patric Bach, and includes the School rep, course reps, PsySoc chairs, and student councillors working on specific aspects of Psychology programme management and School administration.
If you are interested in getting involved, please speak to a Psychology Councillor or contact the student advocate.
Undergraduate course representatives
MSc and DClinPsy course representatives
Psychology Society chairs
Student councillors with specific roles