Student Representatives news

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

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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Meeting update: Faculty Council meeting

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.


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Find your way through Canvas with the Canvas guide

The Student Representatives have created a Canvas guide, which will help you navigate through canvas and find your courses.

You can access the guide here.

Vote for your favourite tutor!

Soon, the Education Day will take place and we would like to continue with the tradition of giving a tutor from each bachelor’s programme an award for being awesome!

You can vote for your favourite tutor here. It only takes a minute, don’t miss out on this!

Meeting update: Education Management Team

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 your European Studies Student Representative, Sen Cicalò Ikeda (BA ES, year 3) will tell you about what was discussed in the last OMT meeting.


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Student Representatives’ half term report 2021

The Student Representatives (SR) of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASoS) are a team of 29 elected and appointed students belonging to the bachelor’s and master’s programmes.

Twice a year, the SR produce a half term report. Read the first half term report of the academic year 2020-2021 here.


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DIAS weekly recommendations: Communities of The Qur’an

Why should there be consensus in the 21st century when throughout history believers from Cairo to Baghdad have agreed to disagree? How do modern communities of the Quran relate to the Quran?

In Communities of The Qur’an: Dialogue, Debate, and Diversity in the 21st Century various textual scholars attempt to answer this question and to revive an “ethics of disagreement” by foregrounding the diversity of modern Muslim communities.


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Meeting update: Arts & Culture Programme Committee

On Wednesday, we had our first Arts & Culture Programme Committee meeting of 2021 and we had three imperative points on our agenda: Student’s inputs on Online PBL sessions, evaluation of period 4 courses, and last but not least the Education Plan.


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OMT meeting update

Fee-Marie von der Brelie (BA AC, year 3), your Arts & Culture Student Representative, tells about what was discussed in the last OMT meeting of 2020.


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Please fill in the short survey which contains questions about your perception of the coverage of professional skills training at FASoS. The survey is completely anonymous and should take max. 7 minutes to complete.

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