What is the TUM Student Council?
The TUM Student Council is a kind of parliament of the Departmental Student Councils and the highest interdisciplinary student body. Each Departmental Student Council sends a representative to the meeting which usually takes place every three weeks. Depending on the number of students, the Departmental Student Councils have a different number of votes in TUM Student Council. Mathematics and Physics have two votes each, and Informatics has three votes. Topics which affect students of all departments get addressed at the TUM Student Council, such as study grants, semester ticket or the Germany scholarship. Moreover, requests for financial resources or the use of AStA (Student Council Executive Committee) technical material can be submitted at the TUM Student Council. The meetings are public, every student can submit applications and has a right to speak.
More information can be found on the TUM Student Council webpage.
Who makes up the TUM Student Council?
Each Departmental Student Council may appoint one representative to the TUM Student Council. For mathematics, physics and informatics these are currently:
- Paul Fischer
- Amy Zhou
- Philipp Rößner
- Matti Kaye
- Jens Willgeroth
- Johannes Neubrand
- Caroline Rendenbach
- Simon Hanssen
- Frank Elsinga
- Simon Pannek
- Valentin Metz
All represenatives can be reached via email@example.com.