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Faculty

Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages

 

Faculty structure

Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages

Boards and Committees

The Faculty's activities are managed and coordinated by a number of Boards and Committees.

The Faculty Board is the main body which oversees the work of the whole Faculty. A range of Faculty Committees report to the Faculty Board, including the Planning and Resources Committee, the Degree Committee, the Graduate Studies Committee, the Research Strategy Committee, the Undergraduate Studies Committee and the Systems Committee.

Student engagement is an important aspect of governance at the Faculty. There is a Staff Student Liaison Committee which comprises of student representatives and academic staff, and reports to the Faculty Board.

More information on the scope, membership and meeting dates of the Boards and Committees in MML can be accessed from the Board and Committees section of the Faculty's site.

Administrative Structure

The Faculty is supported in delivering its teaching and research aims by a team of over twenty assistant staff.

The team is led by the Administrative Officer, who is supported by:

  • The Assistant Faculty Administrator, who line-manages the Faculty Office staff and the six Departmental Secretaries
  • The Computer Officer, who leads the Faculty's in-house IT Support office
  • The Research Administrator, who is in charge of coordinating research activity in the Faculty
  • The Graduate Administrator, who leads the Graduate Office (including the Graduate Secretary and the Linguistics Graduate Secretary)
  • The Senior Accounts Clerk, who is the lead contact for financial issues
  • The Year Abroad Secretary, who is responsible for administering the year abroad activities

Faculty Library

The Faculty has its own library which is headed up by the Faculty Librarian. The facilities that the library can offer are covered within this Faculty section.