Every year only one student gets the opportunity to be part of the Faculty Board as the Student Assessor.
If you are interested in:
then read on, and apply!
What is the function of the Student Assessor?
Your job as Student Assessor of the Faculty Board is to advise the Board on all kind of student-related topics, and to be in close contact with all stakeholders of the Faculty about the procedures and striking issues at the Faculty. Examples of stakeholders are the Faculty Council, the Quest Board, the study associations, Faculty staff and others. Outside FEB, you will also be in contact with the Student Assessors of the other Faculties. Besides this, there are all kinds of projects within the Faculty and within the University as a whole to attend. You are highly encouraged to set up your own initiatives.
What characteristics do I need?
The most important are motivation, an interest in education and some knowledge of the Faculty. It is preferable, but not a necessity, if you have had experience as a member of another Board (Programme Committee, Faculty Council, Board of study/student association). You need to be able to read and understand the Dutch language during conversations. However, it is not necessary to speak Dutch yourself.
How much time does it take?
On average about 15 hours per week. Therefore, with some good planning, it is still possible to do the role whilst studying.
Do I receive remuneration for my efforts?
Yes, you will receive a consultative body grant.
Can I get more information?
Of course! Please send an email to
, more information can be sent or a personal appointment can be made.
Or visit the information meeting Monday 16 April, from 15:00-16:00 in 5411.0120.
Where do I apply?
Please send your motivational letter and CV to
Eva van der Wal ,
The application deadline is Wednesday 9 May, 17:00.
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