How GSA represents Graduates
GSA represents graduates at the University of Melbourne through 10 graduate students who are elected annually by the graduate student body to form the GSA Representative Council.
The role of Council is to determine GSA’s position on issues affecting graduate students across University, government and community levels.
All members of GSA Representative Council are also Office Bearers. This means they look after the needs of particular groups of students, such as LGBTIQ+ students, women students and students with families.
GSA holds elections annually. Any enrolled graduate student at the University of Melbourne is eligible to nominate (stand) and vote in GSA elections.
Representative Council Meetings
The Representative Council meets on the third Thursday each month, between 4–6pm. Unless specified, meetings are held in a hybrid online/in-person format.
Upcoming meeting dates for 2022 (via Zoom unless noted otherwise):
- Thursday 17 March 2022
- Thursday 21 April 2022
- Thursday 19 May 2022
Learn more about Council
- Read GSA Constitution (2020)
- Read GSA electoral regulations (2020)
- Read more about being a GSA Councillor