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Current Postgraduate Students

 

What is the Postgraduate Education Committee?

The Postgraduate Education Committee is a group of members including academic representatives from each RIG, Postgraduate Education Team and two student representatives. They are a forum for discussion and decision-making regarding the following matters:

  • Welfare and support of postgraduates in the department
  • Development and implementation of postgraduate courses (RD & Academic)
  • Oversight of the Graduate recruitment and admissions process, including allocation of Research Council Departmental Studentships
  • Ranking postgraduate applications for University Scholarship competitions
  • Consideration of any non-straightforward postgraduate applications and making academic cases to support applications that do not meet the Department's minimum academic standards
  • Allocation of Travel Grants to postgraduates
  • Oversight of the 1st year probationary assessment process
  • Liaison with the Physics and Chemistry Degree Committee
  • Liaison with the School of Physical Sciences Graduate Education Committee, for which this Committee must provide a representative.

Student Representatives

Student representatives can be contacted with any concerns, issues or suggestions. They attend the Postgraduate Education Committee meetings, where ideas and issues are discussed on behalf of postgraduate students in the Department of Chemistry.

However, we had no volunteers in 2022-23.

If you would be interested in volunteering for 2023-24 please contact the Postgraduate Education Team on postgraduate.education@ch.cam.ac.uk (Rosie) or PG.Student.Admin@ch.cam.ac.uk (Tessa)