Student reps

Information on what student representatives do and who they are

Class representatives

For each year of study in Informatics, there are up to four class reps. These are students are chosen at the beginning of the year and usually represent a diverse mix of student programmes, such as different degrees or single/combined honours study.

If you have an issue or concern about the organisation or content of your year (including issues with specific courses that you don't feel comfortable approaching the lecturer about directly), then you can contact a class rep, who can raise the issue with the relevant teaching staff or ITO.

Staff-Student Rep Meetings

Class reps participate in regular Staff-Student Rep (SSR) meetings with the Year Organisers throughout the semester.

Informatics staff and student representative meeting

Staff-Student Liaison Committee

Class reps are also part of the Staff-Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) for the year, which meets once a semester with the Year Organiser and Course Organisers for courses running that semester.

Minutes of the SSLC (on the old ITO website)

Class rep contacts

If you have a question or suggestion which goes beyond an individual course, affects the whole year, or which has not been addressed by your course rep or lecturer, then please contact the class reps for your year.  Details for 2023/24 class reps will be added below:

You can send mail to all the student reps together at

School representatives

Each year students elect three school reps — one undergraduate, one postgraduate taught and one postgraduate research — to the Edinburgh University Students' Association (EUSA). The school reps sit on the EUSA Student Council. The Student Council works to improve the student experience at Edinburgh, and campaign on issues students care about.

EUSA School representatives

EUSA Student Council

Current School representatives

Informatics Undergraduate School Representative: Aurora Chua Man Shan

Informatics Postgraduate Taught School Representative: Daniel Alexandru Bilc

Informatics Postgraduate Research School Representative: Ben Jourdan

If you have an issue which relates to the whole school, activities beyond Informatics, or would like to know more about EUSA activities, please contact your school reps:

EUSA section representatives

EUSA section representatives give a voice to non-traditional students across the whole University who may face additional barriers in accessing education, such as students commuting from home, international students, mature students, students with caring responsibilities, and students who are parents.

EUSA section representatives