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In the week of 30 April – 4 May you can meet members of several Programme Committees (OC's) for a free coffee and a chat in the central hall of Science Park 904. Almost all Programme Committees are currently looking for new student members.


Are you wondering if this role is for you? Come by in the central hall of Science Park 904, between 10:45 and 13:45, for a chat with a Programme Committee member; they are eager to tell you more about what they do so you can decide for yourself.

Why join?

Do you want to join in the conversation about improvements in your programme? Would you enjoy being a point of contact for fellow students with questions, suggestions and complaints? Then taking a seat in the Programme Committee might be for you.

The Programme Committee is a representative advisory body where students and teaching staff discuss the quality of teaching in their programme and its organisation. The Programme Committee plays an important role in improving the quality of your programme.

Interested in applying for a seat?

Check the information under 'Programme Committee' in the A-Z on the website for more information and the application form. The Programme Committees for the Master's programmes in Biomedical Sciences and Biological Sciences do not have a vacancy at this time, but you can indicate your interest should a spot open up in the future.