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What does the Advisory Committee for Students with a functional impairment do and how can I apply for membership?

The Committee promotes the interests of all University students with a functional impairment. It functions as a platform and sounding board for policymakers on the one hand and students and lecturers on the other. The membership consists of six students who are 'hands-on experts' and an equal number of University staff members. The full Committee meets five times a year, while the various workgroups meet as the see fit. Student members receive a substantial remuneration. In addition, membership looks good on your CV.

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