Bachelor of Engineering (Software)IT CoursesIT CoursesComputer Science CoursesMathematics CoursesComputer Systems Courses)Computing and Digital Media CoursesEnvironmental Technologies CoursesCivil Engineering CoursesElectronic Engineering CoursesRobotics CoursesBiomedical Engineering Courses)Mechanical Engineering CoursesBachelor of Engineering (Maritime Electronics)Bachelor of Engineering (Naval Architecture)The School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics cares about the quality of the teaching and the learning environment provided by the School and the University. We also encourage feedback as to ways in which we can improve our service to you in this area. We do this in a number of ways:
  • We ask you to complete Student Evaluation of Teaching or SET questionaires at various points in the semester,
  • We have a Student Liaison Committee (see below),
  • We have an open door policy with respect to suggestions and comments about our teaching and learning.

Student Liaison Committee

The SLC is a group of interested students that talk to the Dean and Deputy Dean of the School about issues affecting your learning experiences in the School.

Students (generally) self-nominate for this committee. We aim to keep the committee at a manageable size (normally around 15) and approximately representative but members are not elected in any formal sense. If you would like to be on the committee, please email the Dean indicating you wish to be on the committee.  If doing so please include your course and year so we can check that the committee is not becoming unrepresentative.