What is the StuPa and how is it composed?
Every democratic system needs a legislature. In the student body, this is represented by the parliament.
This is where decisions are made about the direction we want to take as a student body, where rules and bylaws are passed, and where the “legal” framework for the executive branch is set. (Rules of procedure of the StuPa)
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 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 chairman with his two representatives. These offices are elected annually by the student parliament.
Meetings are usually held in public 2 weeks prior to University Senate meetings. The exact dates and premises will be here announced.
The next meeting of the Student Parliament will be held in: