Stand for the University and faculty councils
Due to the coronavirus situation, the elections for student and staff members of the University Council and student members of the faculty councils have been postponed till the week of 25 May.
Would you like to represent the interests of our students and staff over the next year? Then why not stand as a candidate in the week of 20 April.
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What do the student and staff councils do?
The student members of the University Council and the student and staff members of the faculty and employee councils keep a critical eye on how the University is run, issue solicited and unsolicited advice and help reach decisions on important topics. The University Council does this at the level of the Executive Board, the faculty councils at the level of the faculty and the employee councils at the level of the University’s central services. For more information on what these bodies do and their contact details, see the information on the organisational structure of the University.
Why should I stand as a candidate?
In a position on one of the student and staff councils you not only represent student and staff interests but also ensure good governance at the University. You also get to work on your networking, negotiation, argumentation and policy-appraisal skills. And you’re first to hear of the latest developments at the University.
How do I stand as a candidate?
To stand as a candidate, fill in the relevant forms and hand them in at the Central Polling Office in the week of 20 April. For more information and the required forms, see the student and staff participation website or contact the relevant polling station.