Five reasons to stand as a student representative

Photo by Florina Wohlwend

As a student representative, you get to know students from your own degree programme and department. At the same time, you are the voice of all these students to the outside world and can represent your fellow students in a wide variety of matters, e.g. to the programme directors.

Florina Wohlwend, Student Representative Design
Photo by Dominic Luidold

As a student representative, you have the opportunity to independently manage the fixed annual budget, for example, to offer services and support for your fellow students.
Whether 15€/person/semester or beyond, everything is possible!

Dominic Luidold, Deputy Chair of the University Representation & responsible for StV Schloss Hofen
Photo by Nina Hämmerle

As a student representative, you get to interact with the different semesters, get to know the year representatives of the individual years and accompany/support them. You also get to know a lot of great people at meetings of the university representatives - in addition to good food and drinks.
Acquaintances that you can only make as a student representative!

Nina Hämmerle, Student Representative Health & Social Affairs
Photo by Ajdin Ćeleš

As a student representative, you can actively participate in shaping and developing your degree programme and the department. Whether it's with subject-related questions or by providing feedback from fellow students.
In addition, parties and events can be organised with the budget of the StV to enable networking within the department.

Ajdin Ćeleš, Student Representative Computer Science & Mechatronics
Photo by Simone Knecht

As a student representative, you can organise your time in a way that best suits you personally and your daily study routine.
In addition to the many opportunities and acquaintances, you can individually contribute your own initiative and expertise in the field.

Simone Knecht, Student Representative Design
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