The Senate is the central university-wide body and is chaired by the rector.
The tasks of the Senate include, among other things, the following:
- Establishment, amendment and cancellation of study programmes
- Registration figures
- Statements on the 5-year plans, budget estimates, functional descriptions of professorships and appointment lists
- Decision on examination, admission and fee regulations
Who sits in the Senate?
The Senate has up to 40 members, distributed among the individual status groups. Of these, 4 places are reserved for students.
If you want to take part in the Senate, you have to be nominated by one of the university groups.
… can be found on the university website.