The next meet­ing of the Stu­dent Par­lia­ment will be held in:

Reg­is­tra­tion for the next session

Stu­Pa (Stu­dent Parliament)

Stu­Pa (Stu­dent Parliament)

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 del­e­gates of the stu­dent councils
  • 7 stu­dent sen­ate members
  • 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.