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Don't go unsaid, talk to VP Ed!

Got questions regarding your education at Stirling or simply want a natter?

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The weekly Don't Go Unsaid, Talk to VP Ed! sessions are an informal timeslot for students to 'drop-in' and ask questions related to Education within the Union and University. Feel free to come along and talk about (but not limited too!) your academia, results, degree classifications/graduation, representation and any issues that might be affecting your studies. You can also pop in if you just want to say Hello and touch base with the VP Education.

The day and time of the sessions will be changed across the year to make it accessible for all. Understanding the need for flexibility in busy student lives, all sessions will take place on Teams for the foreseeable future.

I look forward to being able to speak with you soon! Below are the first set of sessions running:

Friday 2nd July - 1-2pm: click here to join the meeting.

Monday 5th July - 2-3pm: click here to join the meeting.

Wednesday 14th July - 1-2pm: click here to join the meeting.

Friday 6th August 10-11am: click here to join the meeting.

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