Stu­dent Par­lia­ment (Stu­Pa)

As a stu­dent, you have the right and the oppor­tu­ni­ty to rep­re­sent your inter­ests and needs on a polit­i­cal lev­el and to influ­ence the deci­sions of your uni­ver­si­ty. One of the most impor­tant bod­ies for this is the stu­dent par­lia­ment (Stu­pa). It offers you the oppor­tu­ni­ty to active­ly par­tic­i­pate in the shap­ing of your stud­ies and your university.

What is the Stu­dent Parliament?

The stu­dent par­lia­ment is the high­est demo­c­ra­t­i­cal­ly elect­ed body of the stu­dent body at Ger­man uni­ver­si­ties. It con­sists of stu­dent rep­re­sen­ta­tives and has the task of rep­re­sent­ing your inter­ests and con­trol­ling the work of the AStA (Gen­er­al Stu­dent Committee).

In addi­tion, through its polit­i­cal man­date, the Stu­Pa can make state­ments on behalf of the stu­dents and take a stand on uni­ver­si­ty pol­i­cy issues.

The stu­dent par­lia­ment at Heil­bronn University

The par­lia­ment con­sists of 28 seats:

  • 7 stu­dent sen­ate members
  • 7 del­e­gates of the stu­dent councils
  • 14 Mem­bers by direct mandates

The head of the Stu­Pa is the chair­per­son with his or her two rep­re­sen­ta­tives. These offices are elect­ed annu­al­ly by the stu­dent parliament.

ChairCeline Win­kler
Phone: 07131 3851 120
Email: vor­sitz-stu­
1. deputy of the chair­man (minute taker)Amelie Rink
Phone: 07131 3851 120
Email: vor­sitz-stu­
  • Aaron Trinkn­er (WV/BU)
  • Cara Hoff­mann (IT/MIB)
  • Celine Win­kler (WV/BU)
  • Mar­co Seri­ni (WV/BU)
  • Nao­mi Jost (IT/MIB)
  • Tom Kraus (IT/AIB)
  • Umut Mehmet Eke (IT/MIB)
  • Daniel Franz (IB/IBB)
  • Car­olin Sinn (IB/TM)
  • Sarah Al-Mais­ary (T1/ASB)
  • Fran­cois Ale­can­der Krüger (WV/WIN)
  • Jonas Reichardt (IB/IBB)
  • Sebas­t­ian Linn (T1/MEL)
  • Frank Prim (IB/MIB)
  • Lil­ian Müller (MV/MPW)
  • Luis Stöhr (WV/VBB)
  • Oemer Fetih Erdo­gan (TP/BEL)
  • Dami­an Lion (WV/WIN)
  • Ben­jamin Hasanaj (TP/BEL)
  • Dustin-Scott Par­sons (WV/BU).
  • Claris­sa Streck­er (IB/IBB)
  • Dorothea Jaspers (TP/BEL)
  • Juli­ka Krüger (IT/MIB)
  • Mat­teo Francesca (IB/IBB)
  • Ben­jamin Martens (IB/IBB)
ITMari­am Hassania
MVSophia Heeß
T1Mohammed Halawi
TPRou­ven Lips
TWPaul Hoff­mannn

Meet­ings are usu­al­ly held 2 weeks pri­or to the university’s Sen­ta meet­ings. The meet­ings are open to the pub­lic and the exact dates and venues are announced in the cal­en­dar of events.

Oth­er bod­ies that rep­re­sent your interests

In addi­tion to the stu­dent par­lia­ment, there are oth­er bod­ies that rep­re­sent your inter­ests, such as the stu­dent coun­cil or the AStA. The Fach­schaft­srat is the body of the stu­dents of a cer­tain sub­ject area, which rep­re­sents the inter­ests of the stu­dents towards the uni­ver­si­ty and the depart­ment man­age­ment. The AStA is the exec­u­tive body of the Stu­Pa and imple­ments the deci­sions of the parliament.

Student Parliament
Pho­to by Tima Mirosh­nichenko from Pex­els:

Reg­is­tra­tion for the next session

Involve­ment in the stu­dent parliament

Work­ing in the stu­dent par­lia­ment gives you the chance to active­ly advo­cate for your inter­ests and improve your skills in areas such as orga­ni­za­tion, nego­ti­a­tion and team­work. In addi­tion, you can make valu­able con­tacts through your work in the stu­dent par­lia­ment and qual­i­fy for your future career.