The students of a study program form the student body of a faculty. These student bodies can elect a student council as representation of their interests.
A student council must consist of three to max. nine students and are voted for at a study program assembly for one year.
There are three student councils (FSR) at the HfK:
(Fine Arts has not yet established a student council)
The student councils represent the interests of the students of their study programs, organize events, serve as contacts for questions about course of studies, mediate between professors and committees and students and especially take care of supporting first-semester students.
The student councils are represented in the student body regulations, and all guidelines and task areas are listed there.
The members of the student councils meet regularly in joint sessions, in which all current and pending topics are discussed. These sessions are open to the university public, which means that all students can actively participate. You can find out when the next session of your student council will take place as well as current topics on the website page of each student council or in the committee calendar.
Last modified on: 30. May 2021