We are now looking for members for the Elections Committee for the December 2021 Student Body Election. If you would like to apply, please feel free to send your informal application to email@example.com. You can find more info in our announcement.
The official results of the FSR and StuPa elections are published as follows.
The Student Parliament congratulates all newly elected representatives for their office!
Sehr geehrte Studierende,
Die öffentliche Bekanntgabe des Wahlergebnisses nach §18 Abs. 3 Wahlordnung der Studierendenschaft wird am 23.05.2021 um 20:00 via Zoom stattfinden.
Als Gäst*in können Sie sich gerne per @tuhh-Mail unter firstname.lastname@example.org
anmelden. Im Anschluss erhalten Sie den Zugangslink zum Zoom-Meeting.
We are excited to present to you the candidates for the StuPa and FSR elections!
Enjoy browsing through the election newapaper.
There are many exciting topics on the agenda for next year’s committees… read for yourself:
Dear members of the student body,
The TUHH is looking for a student representative for the joint commission on university sports for Hamburg universities for a period of 2 years from 1st June 2021!
Are you interested in university sports and would like to play an active role in creating them?
Do you want to stand up for the interests of your fellow students?
Then YOU are exactly the student we are looking for!
Apply NOW until the 28th of April at 4pm with an informal email to email@example.com!!!
The student parliament is looking forward to meeting you at the meeting on 28th April 2021 at 4:30 pm!
The task of the Joint Commission is to advise the management and the Board of Directors on the content-related focus of university sport. It represents the interests of the participating universities and must be consulted in the planning and preparation of the semester programme.
A regular meeting of the Joint Commission takes place twice a year during the semester, with a duration of 2-3 hours per meeting.
Representatives of the management and the directorate take part in an advisory capacity.
The Joint Commission is composed of 2 representatives from each of the participating universities, whereby one member must belong to the status group of the student body.