Final spurt in the 2023 university election

If you haven’t voted yet, it’s high time! Voting is only possible until Tuesday, 27.06. at 9:00 am.
You don’t have to look for a polling station, but you can start directly with a click on the FAU election portal.
The higher the voter turnout, the clearer it becomes that you care about what happens next with your studies at FAU. The more of you vote, the more support the representatives will have when it comes to pushing through the students’ demands. Every vote counts!

University Election 2023: Voting until 27.06.

The time is running! Until next Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. you can vote for your representatives for the university year 23/24. With every vote you cast, you make it clear that the university is about the students.

Three typical excuses for not voting and their rebuttals:
“University politics. None of my business.” Wrong! University politics is all students’ business, because this is where decisions are made about what to serve in the cafeteria, whether limited exam attempts will be abolished, and which means of transportation you prefer to use to get to the university.
“I don’t know who to vote for anyway.” No problem. The election compass will help you.
“I don’t have time for this.” Voting is quick and done with a few clicks via the FAU Election Portal.

Before you start thinking about more excuses, cast your vote for your candidates quickly!

University election compass 2023

In five days, it’s time to cast your vote in the university elections! Are you unsure who to vote for? The election compass (based on the Wahl-O-Mat) will help you!
Five of the six lists running for the Student Convention have given their answers to 22 questions about university life. Which list best represents your views?
Tip: Take a look at the explanatory statements of the lists, because here you can see the subtle differences between a yes and a yes.
Click here for the compass.

Appointment as civil servant? Ant then?!

Staff councilors from the Gewerkschaft Erziehung und Wissenschaft inform:

What really endangers getting your civil servant status and what doesn’t? What are you allowed to do later as a civil servant and what not? How can you assert your rights in your job as civil servant ?
Our staff councilors Ruth and Flori will answer all your questions about getting into civil service, civil service law, staff representation and rights in the teaching profession.

The event starts in the Zeichensaal St. Paul on 22.6. at 6:00 p.m.

The event is aimed at students of teaching who like to become civil servants.