Student Representatives news

European Studies Programme Committee

In this Programme Committee we discussed the year plan, the IWIO evaluations from period 5 of the last academic year, and the thesis evaluation procedure.

Firstly, on the matter of the year plan, we tackled the issue of the new curriculum: in the next meetings, we will take a look both at the students’ inputs, as well as the current revisions put in place.


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Digital Society Programme Committee

In the first Programme Committee (PC) meeting of this academic year, we introduced the new members and did a recap of what was discussed in the last meeting of the previous Digital Society PC. We discussed the year 2 coursebooks, their structure, content, and assessment criteria.


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Meeting update: Faculty Council

Find out about our work representing you in the Faculty through the Meeting Updates series in the FASoS Weekly. After each Committee meeting, your representative will post an update here so you can follow our progress and keep up with all relevant developments at FASoS.

This week: the Faculty Council.


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Chat with the Student Representatives!

Need advice? Got a suggestion? Or simply want to meet the Student Representatives?
Join our first monthly Q&A!

When: Thursday 15 October, 18.30 – 19.30
How: register in advance via this link

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Meeting Update: Programme Committee Arts & Culture

Find out about our work representing you in the Faculty through the Meeting Updates series in the FASoS Weekly! After each Committee meeting, your representatives will post an update here so you can follow our progress and keep up with all relevant developments at FASoS.

This week, hear from your Arts & Culture Programme Committee representative, Pragya Jhingran (Year 2) about what was discussed in the first PC meeting of this academic year.


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FASoS Student Representatives’ annual report 2019/2020

Here you can find the student representatives’ annual report of the previous academic year 2019/2020.

In the report, you can find everything we have worked on, what we have achieved and what remains on our agenda for this year.

You can find more about what we are up to, our goals and achievements, as well as our Year Plan for 2020/2021 on our social media or by simply sending an email to studentrep@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

Last chance to apply: the Student Representatives are recruiting!

Do you want to have a say about what happens in your programme and the overall education environment at FASoS? Do you have ideas about your curriculum, the structure of your programme, the content of your courses, or overarching faculty policies that you would like to see implemented? Then apply to be a Student Representative!

To apply, send your CV and a motivation letter to studentrep@maastrichtuniversity.nl. Deadline for applications is Sunday 27 September, 23.59.


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FASoS Student Representatives’ Year Plan 2020/21

Here you can find the student representatives’ year plan for 2020/21.

Our main goal is to make all FASoS students’ study experience better and we strive for everyone’s well-being.

You can find more about what we are up to, our goals and achievements on our Facebook and Instagram or by simply sending us an email to studentrep@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

Stay tuned, and we’ll keep you posted for all our next moves!

Student Representatives — who are we, and what do we do for students?

The Student Representatives (SR) are the voice of the Faculty’s students. As a legal body of FASoS, they work together with staff members to improve the study programmes and the FASoS education environment.

Their main work is to represent the voice and interests of FASoS students (at the BA, Pre-MA, or MA levels) in most decision-making bodies of the Faculty.


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Student Representatives wanted: join the team!

Do you want to have a say about what happens in your programme and the overall education environment at FASoS? Do you have ideas about your curriculum, the structure of your programme, the content of your courses, or overarching faculty policies that you would like to see implemented?

Then apply to be a Student Representative!

You can find more information on the open positions below.


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