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Proposed changes to the University’s extensions policy fails

The members of the Academic Policy and Regulations Committee (APRC) have decided not to approve the new Exceptional Circumstances Policy. The policy would have seen an overhaul of the university’s…

EUSA VP Education to vote against changes to university extension policy

On 31 July, the Academic Policy and Regulations Committee (APRC) is set to vote on the new Exceptional Circumstances Policy. If passed, the policy will overhaul the university’s extension system…

Interview with EUSA VP Education candidate, Sam MacCallum

Why are you running for Vice President Education? I’ve chosen to run because interacting with EUSA as a programme and school level rep has been one of the best parts…

Interview with EUSA VP Education candidate, Vlad Grigoras

Why are you running for Vice President Education? With Covid I have had a hard time focusing on my studies and enjoying a field that I genuinely thought of as…

Interview with EUSA VP Education candidate, Henrik Bermanis

Why are you running for Vice President Education? During my first year at the University my peers and I experienced academic hardships, which could be attributed to University’s poor management…

Vice President Education on changes to feedback and tutor system

Mid-course feedback and the personal tutor system are just some of the issues on the agenda of the Edinburgh University Student Association’s newly-elected VP Education, Stephanie Vallency. Stephanie talks to…