93rd meeting of the student parliament
On Wednesday, the 15th of June, the 93rd session of the student parliament will take place from 14:30. The meeting will take place on the Stadtmitte campus. In addition to various reports, the questioning of the board and elections, there will also be 7 petitions.
There will be a supplementary election for board assessors. This has also been proposed as the new deputy of the board chair.… Read more
Elections 2022 - 28 June to 7 July!
In order for all of us students to be well represented, it is important that we not only all vote during this period, but that many students also stand for election. In the last few weeks we have published information about the committees and organised a committee information evening. However, if you still have questions about running for election or about the committees, please feel free to contact us.… Read more
What is the student parliament?
The student parliament (StuPa for short) is the legislative body of the student council. It makes the fundamental decisions. On the one hand, the budget and various guidelines are decided here, which regulate how much and on what stuvus can spend money. In addition, the StuPa also decides on positions to convey the students' opinion on certain topics, e.g. teaching during Corona or sustainability, to the university and the state.… Read more
What is the senate?
The Rectorate, 20 professors, representatives from the administration and from the academic staff, 2 doctoral students - and 6 students, plus a few advisory members. This is the composition of the Senate - the central body of the university for all matters concerning teaching, studies and research. The 6 students you elect in the annual committee elections represent your interests against the majority of the other status groups.… Read more
What is the Faculty Council?
All things that affect the faculty are discussed in the Faculty Council: these are long-term things such as the faculty's structural and development plans, the establishment of new institutes, degree programmes or professorships and the study and examination regulations for the associated degree programmes. Proposals for appointments are also decided here before they are passed on to the Senate. In addition, shorter-term topics, such as course and assistance planning for the coming semesters, are also discussed here.… Read more