The Postgraduate Office is the main departmental postgraduate hub for administration, pastoral care and general advice OUTSIDE of CDTs, UG courses and research community. The office links to Head of Dept, Registry, Support services etc. It is the first port of call if you cannot and a solution within your course administration or research community.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY OR URGENT NEED – contact any member of the PG Office. If a phone number is listed you can use this, alternatively, send an email, mark it 'URGENT', come to the PGR office. Once we know the situation we can offer appropriate help, information and support.
Personal detailsLoli Sanchez PGR Administration
Send email+44 207 594 7512
Loli’s role includes ensuring that you are properly registered, and that your progress is being monitored. She is responsible for communicating and liaising with Registry, Scholarships, supervisors and students. She is a key organiser of the departmental postgraduate research symposium.
Room: 315 Blackett
Personal detailsRoxanne Ray Postgraduate Education Manager
Roxane's role includes overseeing that the PG student office runs smoothly.
Room 315, Blackett Laboratory
Personal detailsBen Sauer Director of Postgraduate Studies
Send email0207 594 7868
Ben’s role links department activities to faculty activities. He is involved with requests for extension of registration, reviews of administrative forms and procedures, and implementation of policy. It is his responsibility to ensure that the department and its postgraduate students meet their obligations.
Room: 212 Blackett
Personal detailsJerry Chittenden Pastoral Care: PGR Tutor
Send email0207 594 7654
Jerry’s role is the pastoral care of students. He listens to students, suggests solutions, and ensures that appropriate support is given where and when it is required.
Room: 744 Blackett
Jan Kozuszek and Joseph Ovwemuvwose
Personal detailsJan Kozuszek and Joseph Ovwemuvwose Student Leads
Jan Kozuszek and Joseph Ovwemuvwose are joint Chairs of the Postgraduate Student Committee, which meets regularly to discuss problems and opportunities for postgraduates. It is a also a hub for social and science-based activities. Committee members also include one representative from every research community.