Students' Representative Council

The Students' Representative Council (SRC) is an independent, student-led body that represents the interests of Master's and research degree students at the School.

All students registered for a programme of study with the School become members of the SRC for the period of their registration unless they specifically opt out.

Representation and Executive Office

All programmes of study have at least one elected student representative.

In addition, an Executive Office consisting of five officers is elected each year by all members of the SRC. These are:

  • President
  • Vice-President (Communications & Activities)
  • Vice-President (Finance & Operations)
  • Vice-President (Research Degrees)
  • Vice-President (Taught Courses)

The role of the SRC Executive

The primary role of the SRC Executive is to serve as a medium for representing to the School governance genuine student body issues in educational, cultural, sporting, social and general interests.

In addition, the SRC Executive co-ordinates clubs, societies and social activities, and it supports and sponsors charitable activities and student involvement. The SRC Executive is an excellent way for students to engage in School issues and take leadership roles in student body activities. 


To find out more about the SRC contact the School's Study Team -

Constitution and procedures

The SRC Constitution and procedures can be found on our Committees pages.