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University Student Council & Faculty Student Council

Last updated on 22 September 2021

University Student Council

The University Student Council (USR) is the Participation Council of and for the students of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The council is mainly engaged in the quality and accessibility of the education and the student policy of the VU. The USR has many competenties: right of consent and advisory on fields of strategic policy, organization, governance, financial support for students and the Student Charter. In this way we can ensure that the voice of the students shall always be represented within the organization. In addition, the council members try to influence the policy of the university in various ways through consulting with employees policy makers and give their own opinion. Members of the student council are also part of the Joint Assembly, in which the staff council is also represented. In this assembly meetings are held about the university budget, annual report and the strategic plan. Thus, the USR is always involved in the important decisions taken at the university.

Faculty Student Council

The Faculty Student Council (FSR) is the highest student participation body within their faculty. The FSR is there to represent the interests of students, which means that through the FSR, students have a say and say in the decisions taken at and about the faculty. The FSR is the link between students and the Faculty Board. In order to function optimally, it is important that the FSR knows what is going on among the students and what the bottlenecks and problems are. Do you have a question, a problem or do you have ideas or suggestions, let us know!

More information about the University Student Council

  • USR 2020-2021

    The USR 2020-2021 consists of eleven councilmembers:

    • Kata Rakić  |  Chair
    • Soukaina Abouhssen  |  Vice chair
    • Kimberly van den Ouden  |  Coordinator Education & Research
    • Mustafa Mutlu  |  Coordinator Organization & Finance/Treasurer
    • Alyssa Termaat  |  Coordinator Communication
    • Sumeyye Dalkiran  |  General councilor
    • Selin Çakmak  |  General councilor
    • Rutger Selier  |  General councilor
    • Kat Baron  |  General councilor
    • Ayesha Noorain Rizwan  |  General councilor
    • Aisha Malik  |  General councilor
  • Committees USR

    Every council member is active within multiple portfolios and each portfolio is part of a committee. The University Student Council is divided into three committees: Education & Research, Organization & Finance, and Communication.

    • Committee Education & Research: Kimberly van den Ouden, Selin Çakmak, Kat Baron, Ayesha Noorain Rizwan, Mustafa Mutlu, Soukaina Abouhssen
    • Committee Organization & Finance: Mustafa Mutlu, Sumeyye Dalkiran, Rutger Selier, Aisha Malik, Ayesha Noorain Rizwan, Kata Rakić
    • Committee Communication: Alyssa Termaat, Kat Baron, Selin Çakmak, Rutger Selier, Aisha Malik, Kimberly van den Ouden, Kata Rakić
  • Joint Assembly

    In addition, the council members try to influence the policy of the university in various ways by consulting with employees and by giving their independent advice. Members of the student council are also part of the Joint Assembly, in which the Works Council (OR) also participates. In this assembly, USR and OR discuss the university budget, annual report and the strategic plan. Thus, the USR is always involved in the important decisions taken at the university.

  • What is a divided and undivided council?

    Employee participation can be classified on the basis of two systems: a divided and an undivided council. In a divided system there are two councils: a works council and a student council. In an undivided system, there is a council with representatives of both employees and students together. The system that a university has is used both locally and centrally. VU University has a shared system that includes the University Student Council (USR) and the Works Council (OR).

  • Elections USR

    Elections are held annually for members of the faculty student councils (FSR) and for members of the University Student Council (USR). As a student of the VU you can vote for the candidates of your choice. This is done by means of an electronic vote. You can vote twice: for a candidate for the FSR of your faculty and for a candidate for the USR.

  • USR meetings

    Planning Public USR-meetings / USR-CvB meeting 2020/2021

    Public USR  |  Thursday 1 October  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    USR-CvB  |  Thursday 22 October  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    Public USR  |  Thursday 19 November  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    USR-CvB  |  Thursday 10 December  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    Public USR  |  Thursday 14 January  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    USR-CvB  |  Thursday 4 February  |  13.00-15.00 h. 

    Public USR  |  Thursday 4 March  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    USR-CvB  |  Thursday 25 March  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    Public USR  |  Thursday 22 April  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    USR-CvB  |  Thursday 20 May  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    URS-CvB Conference  |  Monday 14 June  |  10.00-14.00 h. 

    Public USR  |  Thursday 17 June  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    USR-CvB  |  Thursday 8 July  |  12.00-14.00 h. 

    Public USR  |  n.t.b.  |  n.t.b. 

    USR-CvB  |  Thursday 26 August  |  09.30-12.30 h. 

  • Contact

    University Student Council
    E-mail: usr@vu.nl 
    Tel: +31 (0)20 59 82291 / +31 (0)6 21202713.
    Postal address: Vrije Universiteit, Main building room 0D12, De Boelelaan 1105, 1081HV Amsterdam.

    Official secretary of the USR: Jeannetta van Baarsen.
    E-mail: usr@vu.nl , j.van.baarsen@vu.nl 
    Tel: +31 (0)20 59 82291 / +31 (0)6 21202713 

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Faculty Student Council

Below you will find information about the Faculty Student Council per faculty.

Student Council of the Faculty of Science

FSR members 2020-2021

  • Asli Turkmen General council member)
  • Jonathan Limm (Vice President)
  • Xinran Zong (General council member)
  • Albert Wiggers (President)
  • Gabriela Adamczyk (Head of Communications)
  • Kiran Mungra (Treasurer)
  • Nina Buter (Secretary)
  • Hinke Groeneveld (Head of Education)
  • Hamoud Khamis (General council member)

Contact 

Last year there was a walk-in hour on Wednesday from 12.45-13.30 in the FSR-room(WN-M112), but with the pandemic this will change to an online walk-in hour. During this online walk-in hour it is possible to mention questions/ complaints and remarks to the FSR.

The Zoom link is

https://vu-live.zoom.us/j/96544340418

Wachtwoord: FSRbeta

meeting ID: 965 4434 0418

It is also possible to reach us on Email, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook and Canvas with your complaints, questions or to make an appointment.

E-mail: fsr.beta@vu.nl
Instagram
Facebook
Linkedin
Canvas

What is the Faculty Student Council (FSR)?

We are 7 students representing the students of the Faculty of Behavioral and Movement Sciences. We receive comments from students and take them to the meetings with the Faculty Board. This allows us to make decisions that best meet the wishes of the students. We are open to all your ideas, suggestions and complaints about facilities, quality of education and other matters that affect the faculty. Your opinion is always welcome.

FSR members 2020-2021

  1. Chairman: Niel Houtkamp
  2. Vice-Chairman: Kerem Özel
  3. Secretary: Floris Kolner
  4. Treasurer & Coordinator Pedagogical Sciences: Lucinda de Graaff
  5. Coordinator Human Movement Sciences: Kjell Bottema
  6. Coordinator Psychology: Alina Kaiser
  7. Public Relations: Hà Diệu My

Contact

E-mail: fsr.fgb@vu.nl
Facebook: @studentenraadFGB
Instagrams @fsr_fgb
Whatsapp: +31 6 47172721

Introduction video FSR members

Tasks of the FSR

The Faculty Student Council (FSR) is the official participation body for students of the School of Business and Economics. The FSR represents students at faculty level and has a say in the policy of the faculty. The FSR is committed to the interests of students and has the task of monitoring the quality of education.

Joint meeting

In addition to the weekly general meetings, the FSR also meets with the Faculty Board and the Subcommittee (ODC), the representation of SBE employees. During the Joint Meeting, which is held every six weeks, the most important decisions and proposals of the Faculty Board are discussed. The FSR and ODC can comment on this. The FSR has the right of consent for certain documents. This means that the Faculty Board cannot take this decision if the FSR does not agree. For many subjects, the FSR has advisory rights and may provide solicited and unsolicited advice. In addition, the FSC itself can also put subjects on the agenda of the Joint Meeting.

Questions, suggestions and complaints

The FSR handles student complaints about education and other matters. Many of our initiatives stem from questions, suggestions or complaints from students. It is important for the FSR to know what problems students encounter. For questions, suggestions and complaints, we can be reached via the complaints form on this website or on our own website www.fsrfeweb.nl, and via an email to fsr.feweb@vu.nl. If you have a question you can also take a look at the FAQs.

Faculty Student Council

The Faculty Student Council (FSR) is the highest student participation body within the Faculty of Humanities. The FSR forms the link between students and the Faculty Board and represents the interests of students. Via the FSR, students have a say and participation in the decisions that the board takes within the faculty. The FSR consists of six members who jointly represent the interests of students studying at the Faculty of Humanities for an entire academic year. This is achieved by attending meetings of the Faculty Board, but also by participating in various committees.

Faculty Student Council of Law

The Faculty Student Council of Law (FSR) is a participation body for and by students of Law, Notarial Law and Criminology. The FSR consists of seven annually elected members who stand up for the academic interests of students in the broadest possible sense.

What does the FSR do?

The FSR regularly consults with the Faculty Board. The FSR provides solicited and unsolicited advice on the plans and policies of the Faculty Board. The FSR also has the right of consent for certain matters. For example, the FSR must agree to changes to the Education and Examination Regulations (OER) for Law, Notarial Law and Criminology.

Students know the FSR mainly through the handling of complaints at faculty level. The FSR mediates in the complaints between the student and the teacher or the education board and hopes to find a solution that is acceptable and workable for all parties. All complaints are handled completely anonymously.

Furthermore, the FSR organizes the education prize election every year. During this election, a teacher is named best teacher of the year.

Councilors

The council members of the FSR 2020-2021 are:

  • Babeth Vriend - Chairman
  • Floris Kuiper - Vice Chairman
  • Yakima Nielsen - Secretary
  • Fabian van de Loosdrecht - Treasurer
  • Gamze Köse - General Councilor / Coordinator PR
  • Nadia Bosma - General Councilor / Communication Coordinator
  • Ilias Chakir - General Councilor / Complaints Officer

Contact

Location: Initium
The FSR can be reached via fsr.rechten@vu.nl.
Contact form
Facebook

What is the student council of the Faculty of Social Sciences? 

The FSS Student Council is the body for input of the Faculty of Social Sciences, representing all the 3000 students. The Student Council is in that way an important body of the faculty which can affect the faculty policy on behalf of all students. It is important for the Faculty Student Council that we target the interests and concerns of the students and give those concerns and interests a central place within the faculty policy. Qualitative education, a proper connection to the labour market, transparancy and cooperation are our cornerstones for the faculty policy.

The FSC has to work together with other parties like the Faculty Board to improve the quality of education. 

Who is in the faculty student council? 

  • Chair: Boyd Pander (Political Science)
  • Vice-Chair and Treasurer: Ward Coenen (Public Administration and Organizational Sciences)
  • Council-Coordinator: Andrea Nauta (Sociology)
  • Communication Coordinator and Secretary: Umu Jalloh (Public Administration and Organizational Sciences)
  • Internationalization & Education Officer: Emma Laumann (Political Science)   
  • Education Officer: Lucas Rib (Political Science) 
  • Project Officer: Yining Wang (Communication Science)

Policy Plan

Do you want to know what the cornerstones of the FSC are this year? Read our Policy Plan to find out! 

How to reach us

The FSC is the voice of the student. Are you a student at the FSS? Then help us out!
Do you have complaints, questions or ideas? Or do you want to know what is going on within the Faculty? Come by our office or send us an e-mail! 

Postaddress: De Boelelaan 1081, 1081 HV Amsterdam
Room: HG 1A-62, Main Building
Canvas: Facultaire Studenten Raad Sociale Wetenschappen (Link Canvas)
Email: fsr.fsw@vu.nl
Facebook: www.facebook.com/fsw.studentenraad
Instagram: @vu_fsrfsw

Student Council VUmc

The Student Council (SR) of VUmc is the participation body for students who study medicine at the VU.

General

The SR is the official advocate of all medical students and is distinguished from the other student organizations by the rights it has. The Student Council consists of seven students. They are elected annually in May through faculty-wide elections together with university-wide elections. Any enrolled medical student can apply for a place in the SR. Below you will find things that the Student Council is involved with:

  • Education and Examination Regulations (OER)
  • Renovations Medical Faculty
  • Alliance VUmc-AMC
  • Student forum

Composition

  • Dominique van Anrooij - chairman
  • Mariam Tachaout - vice chairman
  • Sylke van Kempen - secretary
  • Rahul Bhoera - bachelor's coordinator
  • Celine van der Hulst - master coordinator
  • Buse Çalişkan -  commissioner of the alliance & finance
  • Noureddine Achbab - external commissioner

Student Council elections

Elections are held annually for members of the faculty student councils and the USR. As a student of the VU you can then vote for the candidates of your choice. This is done by means of an electronic vote. You can vote twice: for a candidate for the FSR of your faculty and for a candidate for the USR. The electoral quota for the election is determined by dividing the total number of votes cast on the lists of candidates by the number of seats to be filled and rounding these up to whole numbers. The members of the USR are directly elected annually. Each member of the USR also receives financial compensation.

Are you thinking about a council year at the Student Council or would you like more information? Send an email to: fsrgeneeskunde@vu.nl

Contact

You can reach us through the following channels:
Website: www.studentenraadvumc.nl
Facebook: @studentenraadvumc1

Faculty Student Council Religion and Theology

The Faculty Student Council (FSR) is the point of contact for students and represents the students at the Faculty Board. Officially, it is the task of the FSR to advise the board on 'the smooth running of affairs', student facilities and educational facilities.

Every year, around February, it is possible to apply for a position within the FSR (all students of the faculty can apply for this). Would you like to take on an important role within the faculty and immediately boost your CV? Then contact us.

The Faculty Student Council represents the interests of the students of the Faculty of Religion and Theology. In order to realize this in the right way, we need the ideas and opinions of students. Do you have ideas, problems or anything else that you would like to see happen or change? Send us an e-mail, talk to us in the corridors or let us know via Facebook or Twitter.

Councilors

Dinand Eijmael - Chairman
My name is Dinand Eijmael. I am now starting my second year of Theology. As a student, I have been able to thoroughly enjoy our beautiful faculty over the past year and I look forward to being the chair of our faculty council next year. It will be an exciting year with many new developments, such as internationalization and the revision of the bachelor's degrees. I hope to be able to represent all students in these kinds of large but also somewhat smaller decisions. Ideas and feedback are therefore very much desired. If you have a suggestion, speak to one of the three of us in the corridors, at the coffee machine or on the facebook page!

Nico Dijkdrent - Vice Chairman
My name is Nico Dijkdrent. I am now in the fourth year of the Theology study. Last year I was already allowed to work as a president of the G.T.S.V. Voetius, I hope to be part of the FSR next year. I look forward to working with the others on the themes that lie before us. It is not possible for the three of us, we need ideas, tips, feedback, etc. from students to function properly! That is why I hope to be approached often in the coming year by anyone who has something to say about the functioning of our faculty. I myself will also make an effort to keep my ears open.

Imane Amara - Secretary
I am Imane Amara, 20 years old and a bachelor student of Religious Studies and Psychology. I am also active as a study ambassador at the Faculty of Religion and Theology and a committee member at ISA, Islamic student association Amsterdam. I look forward to being part of the Faculty Student Council next year. I hope to be able to make the faculty even more beautiful together with my colleagues. Suggestions and comments are always welcome. Do not hesitate to contact us!

Contact

E-mail: FRT_FSR_godgeleerdheid.th@vu.nl
Facebook: FSR Religie en Theologie VU
Twitter: @FSRgodgeleerdVU

  • BETA

    Student Council of the Faculty of Science

    FSR members 2020-2021

    • Asli Turkmen General council member)
    • Jonathan Limm (Vice President)
    • Xinran Zong (General council member)
    • Albert Wiggers (President)
    • Gabriela Adamczyk (Head of Communications)
    • Kiran Mungra (Treasurer)
    • Nina Buter (Secretary)
    • Hinke Groeneveld (Head of Education)
    • Hamoud Khamis (General council member)

    Contact 

    Last year there was a walk-in hour on Wednesday from 12.45-13.30 in the FSR-room(WN-M112), but with the pandemic this will change to an online walk-in hour. During this online walk-in hour it is possible to mention questions/ complaints and remarks to the FSR.

    The Zoom link is

    https://vu-live.zoom.us/j/96544340418

    Wachtwoord: FSRbeta

    meeting ID: 965 4434 0418

    It is also possible to reach us on Email, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook and Canvas with your complaints, questions or to make an appointment.

    E-mail: fsr.beta@vu.nl
    Instagram
    Facebook
    Linkedin
    Canvas

  • FGB

    What is the Faculty Student Council (FSR)?

    We are 7 students representing the students of the Faculty of Behavioral and Movement Sciences. We receive comments from students and take them to the meetings with the Faculty Board. This allows us to make decisions that best meet the wishes of the students. We are open to all your ideas, suggestions and complaints about facilities, quality of education and other matters that affect the faculty. Your opinion is always welcome.

    FSR members 2020-2021

    1. Chairman: Niel Houtkamp
    2. Vice-Chairman: Kerem Özel
    3. Secretary: Floris Kolner
    4. Treasurer & Coordinator Pedagogical Sciences: Lucinda de Graaff
    5. Coordinator Human Movement Sciences: Kjell Bottema
    6. Coordinator Psychology: Alina Kaiser
    7. Public Relations: Hà Diệu My

    Contact

    E-mail: fsr.fgb@vu.nl
    Facebook: @studentenraadFGB
    Instagrams @fsr_fgb
    Whatsapp: +31 6 47172721

    Introduction video FSR members

  • SBE

    Tasks of the FSR

    The Faculty Student Council (FSR) is the official participation body for students of the School of Business and Economics. The FSR represents students at faculty level and has a say in the policy of the faculty. The FSR is committed to the interests of students and has the task of monitoring the quality of education.

    Joint meeting

    In addition to the weekly general meetings, the FSR also meets with the Faculty Board and the Subcommittee (ODC), the representation of SBE employees. During the Joint Meeting, which is held every six weeks, the most important decisions and proposals of the Faculty Board are discussed. The FSR and ODC can comment on this. The FSR has the right of consent for certain documents. This means that the Faculty Board cannot take this decision if the FSR does not agree. For many subjects, the FSR has advisory rights and may provide solicited and unsolicited advice. In addition, the FSC itself can also put subjects on the agenda of the Joint Meeting.

    Questions, suggestions and complaints

    The FSR handles student complaints about education and other matters. Many of our initiatives stem from questions, suggestions or complaints from students. It is important for the FSR to know what problems students encounter. For questions, suggestions and complaints, we can be reached via the complaints form on this website or on our own website www.fsrfeweb.nl, and via an email to fsr.feweb@vu.nl. If you have a question you can also take a look at the FAQs.

  • FGW

    Faculty Student Council

    The Faculty Student Council (FSR) is the highest student participation body within the Faculty of Humanities. The FSR forms the link between students and the Faculty Board and represents the interests of students. Via the FSR, students have a say and participation in the decisions that the board takes within the faculty. The FSR consists of six members who jointly represent the interests of students studying at the Faculty of Humanities for an entire academic year. This is achieved by attending meetings of the Faculty Board, but also by participating in various committees.

  • Law

    Faculty Student Council of Law

    The Faculty Student Council of Law (FSR) is a participation body for and by students of Law, Notarial Law and Criminology. The FSR consists of seven annually elected members who stand up for the academic interests of students in the broadest possible sense.

    What does the FSR do?

    The FSR regularly consults with the Faculty Board. The FSR provides solicited and unsolicited advice on the plans and policies of the Faculty Board. The FSR also has the right of consent for certain matters. For example, the FSR must agree to changes to the Education and Examination Regulations (OER) for Law, Notarial Law and Criminology.

    Students know the FSR mainly through the handling of complaints at faculty level. The FSR mediates in the complaints between the student and the teacher or the education board and hopes to find a solution that is acceptable and workable for all parties. All complaints are handled completely anonymously.

    Furthermore, the FSR organizes the education prize election every year. During this election, a teacher is named best teacher of the year.

    Councilors

    The council members of the FSR 2020-2021 are:

    • Babeth Vriend - Chairman
    • Floris Kuiper - Vice Chairman
    • Yakima Nielsen - Secretary
    • Fabian van de Loosdrecht - Treasurer
    • Gamze Köse - General Councilor / Coordinator PR
    • Nadia Bosma - General Councilor / Communication Coordinator
    • Ilias Chakir - General Councilor / Complaints Officer

    Contact

    Location: Initium
    The FSR can be reached via fsr.rechten@vu.nl.
    Contact form
    Facebook

  • FSS

    What is the student council of the Faculty of Social Sciences? 

    The FSS Student Council is the body for input of the Faculty of Social Sciences, representing all the 3000 students. The Student Council is in that way an important body of the faculty which can affect the faculty policy on behalf of all students. It is important for the Faculty Student Council that we target the interests and concerns of the students and give those concerns and interests a central place within the faculty policy. Qualitative education, a proper connection to the labour market, transparancy and cooperation are our cornerstones for the faculty policy.

    The FSC has to work together with other parties like the Faculty Board to improve the quality of education. 

    Who is in the faculty student council? 

    • Chair: Boyd Pander (Political Science)
    • Vice-Chair and Treasurer: Ward Coenen (Public Administration and Organizational Sciences)
    • Council-Coordinator: Andrea Nauta (Sociology)
    • Communication Coordinator and Secretary: Umu Jalloh (Public Administration and Organizational Sciences)
    • Internationalization & Education Officer: Emma Laumann (Political Science)   
    • Education Officer: Lucas Rib (Political Science) 
    • Project Officer: Yining Wang (Communication Science)

    Policy Plan

    Do you want to know what the cornerstones of the FSC are this year? Read our Policy Plan to find out! 

    How to reach us

    The FSC is the voice of the student. Are you a student at the FSS? Then help us out!
    Do you have complaints, questions or ideas? Or do you want to know what is going on within the Faculty? Come by our office or send us an e-mail! 

    Postaddress: De Boelelaan 1081, 1081 HV Amsterdam
    Room: HG 1A-62, Main Building
    Canvas: Facultaire Studenten Raad Sociale Wetenschappen (Link Canvas)
    Email: fsr.fsw@vu.nl
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/fsw.studentenraad
    Instagram: @vu_fsrfsw

  • MED

    Student Council VUmc

    The Student Council (SR) of VUmc is the participation body for students who study medicine at the VU.

    General

    The SR is the official advocate of all medical students and is distinguished from the other student organizations by the rights it has. The Student Council consists of seven students. They are elected annually in May through faculty-wide elections together with university-wide elections. Any enrolled medical student can apply for a place in the SR. Below you will find things that the Student Council is involved with:

    • Education and Examination Regulations (OER)
    • Renovations Medical Faculty
    • Alliance VUmc-AMC
    • Student forum

    Composition

    • Dominique van Anrooij - chairman
    • Mariam Tachaout - vice chairman
    • Sylke van Kempen - secretary
    • Rahul Bhoera - bachelor's coordinator
    • Celine van der Hulst - master coordinator
    • Buse Çalişkan -  commissioner of the alliance & finance
    • Noureddine Achbab - external commissioner

    Student Council elections

    Elections are held annually for members of the faculty student councils and the USR. As a student of the VU you can then vote for the candidates of your choice. This is done by means of an electronic vote. You can vote twice: for a candidate for the FSR of your faculty and for a candidate for the USR. The electoral quota for the election is determined by dividing the total number of votes cast on the lists of candidates by the number of seats to be filled and rounding these up to whole numbers. The members of the USR are directly elected annually. Each member of the USR also receives financial compensation.

    Are you thinking about a council year at the Student Council or would you like more information? Send an email to: fsrgeneeskunde@vu.nl

    Contact

    You can reach us through the following channels:
    Website: www.studentenraadvumc.nl
    Facebook: @studentenraadvumc1

  • FRT

    Faculty Student Council Religion and Theology

    The Faculty Student Council (FSR) is the point of contact for students and represents the students at the Faculty Board. Officially, it is the task of the FSR to advise the board on 'the smooth running of affairs', student facilities and educational facilities.

    Every year, around February, it is possible to apply for a position within the FSR (all students of the faculty can apply for this). Would you like to take on an important role within the faculty and immediately boost your CV? Then contact us.

    The Faculty Student Council represents the interests of the students of the Faculty of Religion and Theology. In order to realize this in the right way, we need the ideas and opinions of students. Do you have ideas, problems or anything else that you would like to see happen or change? Send us an e-mail, talk to us in the corridors or let us know via Facebook or Twitter.

    Councilors

    Dinand Eijmael - Chairman
    My name is Dinand Eijmael. I am now starting my second year of Theology. As a student, I have been able to thoroughly enjoy our beautiful faculty over the past year and I look forward to being the chair of our faculty council next year. It will be an exciting year with many new developments, such as internationalization and the revision of the bachelor's degrees. I hope to be able to represent all students in these kinds of large but also somewhat smaller decisions. Ideas and feedback are therefore very much desired. If you have a suggestion, speak to one of the three of us in the corridors, at the coffee machine or on the facebook page!

    Nico Dijkdrent - Vice Chairman
    My name is Nico Dijkdrent. I am now in the fourth year of the Theology study. Last year I was already allowed to work as a president of the G.T.S.V. Voetius, I hope to be part of the FSR next year. I look forward to working with the others on the themes that lie before us. It is not possible for the three of us, we need ideas, tips, feedback, etc. from students to function properly! That is why I hope to be approached often in the coming year by anyone who has something to say about the functioning of our faculty. I myself will also make an effort to keep my ears open.

    Imane Amara - Secretary
    I am Imane Amara, 20 years old and a bachelor student of Religious Studies and Psychology. I am also active as a study ambassador at the Faculty of Religion and Theology and a committee member at ISA, Islamic student association Amsterdam. I look forward to being part of the Faculty Student Council next year. I hope to be able to make the faculty even more beautiful together with my colleagues. Suggestions and comments are always welcome. Do not hesitate to contact us!

    Contact

    E-mail: FRT_FSR_godgeleerdheid.th@vu.nl
    Facebook: FSR Religie en Theologie VU
    Twitter: @FSRgodgeleerdVU