- Edinburgh Medical School: Biomedical Sciences
The University is committed to maintaining an effective procedure to allow all members to communicate concerns.
If you have concerns about something related to a course, first consult your student representative, a relevant course lecturer or the Course/Programme Organiser. It's often best to take the matter up with the area concerned in the first instance, as problems are sometimes resolved more effectively and quickly with those directly involved.
If these mechanisms are unsatisfactory, you're always welcome to come to the Director of the BMTO, who has overall responsibility for Biomedical Sciences teaching. All queries are taken seriously, and you will be given unbiased and independent advice should you wish to take any unresolved matters to the higher authorities.
Should you wish, you can submit a formal complaint to the University.
You can also obtain useful advice from the EUSA Advice Place.