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Faculty Student Council

Timetables, examination regulations, the Study & Resource Centre or the library: most students will have had a grievance about one of these subjects, or perhaps an idea about how things could be organized better (or just differently). But these are not the only issues that the Faculty Student Council (FSC) deals with. For example, the sustainability of our faculty is an ongoing issue and  the improved website is another hot item. This page provides a brief introduction to the FSC.

The Nijmegen School of Management FSC 2021-2022 consists of the following members:

  • Van Doorn, A.M.D. (Adinda). Voorzitter FSR
  • E. de Jong (Else)
  • W.W.J. van Oosterhout (Willem)
  • A. Rijnen (Aischa)
  • J.N. van Ulsen (Jasper)
  • E.J. van der Velde (Ebo)

The Faculty Student Council is made up of elected student representatives, and operates at faculty level in every faculty. Six students sit on the FSC, and they have a mandate to discuss and sometimes make decisions on faculty policy on behalf of all students in the faculty. The FSC is responsible for assessing the Dean’s plans (including those relating to education). The plans are assessed in the best interests of the students. The FSC then discusses these (and other) issues at monthly meetings of the Faculty University Council (FUC), which is made up of a representative of the Dean’s Office, lecturers and non-academic staff. Meetings of the Faculty University Council are open to all interested parties, so why not come along to a meeting? Get in touch for the times and dates, or stay up-to-date via social media.

If you have a grievance, a question or simply want to have your say in day-to-day faculty matters, send an e-mail to the FSC (studentenraad@fm.ru.nl). You should also keep an eye on the messages on Brightspace (community teaching messages), as several information and lunchtime meetings will be organized during the academic year, to which all students are invited. Or follow us on our Facebook page. We cannot provide proper representation without input from students, so your remarks, opinions and advice are more than welcome!