University Elections – Recommendations

Hello Folks,

another year has gone and this summer we’re again electing people to represent us in academic committees. These committees are very important in order to carry the interest of students from our faculty (and of course the interests of all people at the university) through.

In order to simplify the election for you we would like to recommend the candidates from our faculty (so from the courses of study ET, ITTI, CSE) to you.On the blue ballot (faculty council, Fakultätsrat) running from our student council are:

Steinmetz, Tino and Pommerenke, Hermann

On the green ballot (student council of entire university, StuRa) running from our are student council are also:

Daza Parra, Laura Milena and Kumar, Sanjeev

On the yellow ballot (highest resolution passing council of university, Konzil) and white ballot (senate) we would also like to recommend voting for all candidates from our faculty IEF, but please note the maximum number of votes. There is no minimum number of votes required.You have to sign the “Merkblatt”, put the vote-papars in the smaller envelope and then the signed “Merkblatt” and the smaller envelope in the larger envelope.

The election post-box is in the Albert-Einstein-Straße 2 near Tina’s office beside Tina’s post-box.

If you have any further questions feel free to contact us.
Please seize your opportunity to vote for secure till Friday the 10th of June .

Best wishes,
Your student council for electrical engineering

Posted in Allgemein.

2 Comments

    • Hi Atul,

      as you may have noticed, at the University of Rostock we don’t pay real tuition fees. The fee you have to pay every semester consists of three parts which are needed to fund the work of the Studentenwerk and the student councils and to buy the semester-ticket (which is the biggest part).

      Because the candidates for the above mentioned committees are also students and have to pay the same amount as you, they are also aware of the constantly increasing fees and will do everything they can, to slow down or stop their rise.

      We can also imagine, that the prices might be even harder to take for international students. As the IEF is one of the faculties with the most international students, you can be sure, that the candidates from our faculty will try even harder to make your learning and living conditions better.

      Kind regards,

      Tino

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