Overview of the Student Representation
This year's university elections are going to take place on June 25, 2019. We will together determine the student representation's composition for the next term. Our goal for 2019 is to exceed 19 % in turnout - which appears quite ambitious in contrast to last year's 13.29 % turnout for our faculty.
Nonetheless, only a high turnout demonstrates your support for your voluntary colleagues engaging in meetings, events, and other projects. We owe it to them ...
- that the ERBA cafeteria provides a real meal for lunch,
- that there is a bus commuting between the Feki and the ERBA,
- that first-semester introductory days, summer parties and other events take place,
- and much more ...
But whom can you vote now? The following information should give you sufficient help to fill out your three ballots.
The Student Senators
Two student senators represent you in the university's senate and council. These are the most important bodies in our organizational structure. They elect the university president, decide on changes to the constitution, and create new courses of study.
You have two votes for members of different political groups.
That's us. You have probably attended one of our numerous events including the first-semester introductory days, the Christmas and the summer party. Eight of us are elected members with seats in several university bodies. We discuss current faculty matters in weekly sessions.
Our two speakers have a seat in the faculty council, an institution concerned with our examination regulations and module handbooks.
Once again you have two votes, both of them can be given to one person.
The Student Convent
Members of political parties assemble in this body - including the green-leftist "Bamberger Grün-Linke Studierendeninitiative" (BAGLS), the independent "Unabhängige Studierendeninitiative" (USI), the social-democratic "Juso-Hochschulgruppe Bamberg" (Jusos), the leftist "Die Linke" (SDS), the conservative group "Ring Christlich-Demokratischer Studenten" (RCDS) and the liberal group "Liberale Hochschulgruppe" (LHG). A total of 19 members discuss current university matters and publish statements.
For the convent, you have nineteen votes. A maximum of three votes can be given to one person.