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Vote for student members of the Faculty Council of Humanities

19 May 2020

As from May 25 to May 29 2020 the elections take place for the student members of the Faculty Council. Do you have an opinion about internationalisation, education and our infrastructure? Cast your vote right now!

How to vote?

Elections start on May 25 2020 and will close on May 29 2020 at 4 p.m.. Voting is very easy by logging in at www.universiteitleiden.nl/stemmen with your ULCN account.

Who to vote for?

See an overview below of the student parties and their views. You choose on one candidate from a list (party), comparable to elections for the House of Representatives or the City Council.

Ondernemende Studenten Leiden (ONS)

  1. Internationalisation:
    Diversity must go hand in hand with inclusion. In order to have a good environment for all students, it is important that internationals are included properly. This means that all facilities are available and visible to them

  2. Education:
    It is important that the faculty provides the possibility and the room for students to develop themselves. Studying and side activities must go together.

  3. Infrastructure:
    The Humanities Campus project must be closely monitored and sustainability must be guaranteed. The provision of study places is important in this respect. In addition, the transition to Brightspace must go smoothly.

The members:

Lijst Vooruitstrevende Studenten (LVS)

  1. Internationalisation:
    International students should be able to find their way within the university and the city. Information and documents should therefore always be bilingual and language courses for free.

  2. Education:
    Electives credits should be moved completely to the first semester of BA3, so that a minor elsewhere, an internship or a stay abroad fits into the study schedule.

  3. Infrastructure:
    We are one faculty in two cities. All faculty activities should be open to all students or be organized in both cities.

The members:

Christelijke Studentenfractie Leiden (CSL)

  1. Internationalisation:
    The integration and inclusion of international students needs to be improved, for instance by offering free language courses. Dutch bachelor degrees should in fact be able to be followed in Dutch.

  2. Education:
    Everyone should be able to follow proper and impartial education. The university must commit to involving the students with a (study) disability.

  3. Infrastructure:
    CSL represents ‘blended’ learning. A full package must be created that contains both digital education and education at the faculty, with the possibility to switch between the two.

The members:

Democratic Students Party

  1. Internationalisation:
    As an international party, we want to be the link between an internationalizing student body and Leiden University, to ensure proper support for international students.

  2. Education:
    We want to ensure that both online and in person classes meet the standards in terms of proper education, and safeguarding the privacy of students and teachers.

  3. Infrastructure:
    DSP - The Hague continuously addresses the lack of facilities (like study space) in Wijnhaven, and aims to improve connection between the two university cities.

The members:

Liberale Studentenpartij

  1. Internationalisation:
    We should carefully watch over our international students, the crisis cannot stand in the way of the education of students who are currently stuck abroad.

  2. Education:
    The quality of education cannot reduce because of the current situation, every student has the right on clear and good education, despite the current crisis.

  3. Infrastructure:
    When physical education is restarted, the build of the Humanities Campus and the internal constructions should not be a disturbing factor to students.

The members:

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