What is the Student Council?
The Student Council is an association containing representatives chosen by each of the delegates for each UIC centre.
Who chooses the Student Council members?
University students choose their class delegates via a voting process. These delegates then choose representatives for each faculty.
What are its objectives?
The Student Council's objectives are to galvanise and promote university life, and serve as an intermediary between students and university services by communicating all the ideas, suggestions, proposals, initiatives, concerns, etc. that students may have and wish to share.
How can I get in touch with the Student Council?
It is best to get in touch with a council member from your faculty. However, you can also communicate proposals through your class delegate, or through the Student Services manager on each campus.
The UIC Barcelona delegates are:
2nd year - Journalism
Juan David Gaitán
2nd year - Architecture
3th year - Law
Sant Cugat Campus
4th year - Physiotherapy
1st year - Psychology
1st year - Nursing