Everyone is part of the Student Democracy
The Student Democracy consists of students, for students. It works to ensure that my, yours and all students' voices are heard. That is why it is important that you help to express your opinion. This applies to everything that affects you in everyday life as a student, such as a desire for a better offer of public transport, a class that may be improved, or perhaps you think the reading hall should have had a kettle.
In order for your voice to be heard, you do not necessarily have to run for office, it can be as simple as voting at the Student Election or at the General Assembly. You can also go together with your class and have your class representative adress something in the Student Council, contact the Student Board, or talk to another representative. The possibilities are many! We hope you find this page useful and that you learn more about the Student Democracy.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.