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Staff-Student Liaison Committees

The International Relations Department has two Staff-Student Liaison Committees.

Staff-Student Liaison Committee for Taught Course Students

A Staff-Student Liaison Committee for Taught Course Students meets once a term to discuss matters of common interest.   This is a consultative, not an executive, body and is chaired by the Deputy Head of the IR Department (teaching and learning), and is attended by the Departmental Manager and Committee Secretary, two representatives from each category of taught course students in the department: first-year, second-year and third-year undergraduates; General Course students; MSc IR and MSc IPE and one representative from MSc IR(R) and MSc IRT. Sciences Po-LSE Double Degree in Affaires Internationales and IR/IPE students, who are required to take either the MSc IR or MSc IPE, are represented on these programmes.  Any taught course student of the Department, however, is welcome to come to the meetings of the SSLCTC and participate in the discussion.

The election of the SSLCTC representatives takes place early in Michaelmas Term.  The representatives' names and email addresses are available on the Staff-Student Liaison Committee Members| page, on LSE network computers only.  Names and photographs are also posted on the SSLC noticeboard on the sixth floor of Clement House.  Further details will be provided at the beginning of the session.

Staff-Research Student Liaison Committee

A Staff-Research Student Liaison Committee meets once a term to discuss matters of common interest.  It is chaired by the Director of Doctoral Programmes and is attended by representatives of new and continuing research students and the Departmental Manager.

The election of the SRSLC representatives will take place early in Michaelmas Term. The representatives' names and email addresses are available on the Staff-Student Liaison Committee Members |page, on LSE network computers only.  Names and photographs are also posted on the SSLC noticeboard on the sixth floor of Clement House.

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