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Student Council

All students enrolled in a faculty constitute the student council of their faculty.

Student representatives are elected to make decisions on behalf of the student council.

They have the following responsibilities:

  • to represent the interests of their members
  • to welcome and supervise all new students within their faculty
  • to cultivate local, interregional and international student relations
  • to pick up on the concerns of their fellow students and comment on related issues
  • to promote the cultural, musical and sporting interests of its members.

The student representatives keep the students in their faculty up-to-date and encourage them to get involved. The student representatives undertake to perform their duties on a voluntary basis and to the best of their abilities.

There are 9 student representatives. Every student within the faculty can be elected.

Student Representatives, Applied Social Sciences