A Programme Committee is an advisory and consultative body at a degree programme level, instituted by law. The Programme Committee consists of an equal representation of both lecturers and students.
The Higher Education and Research Act (WHW) defines the tasks of the Programme Committee as follows:
The Programme Committee does above tasks by advising the programme director or dean solicited or unsolicited on educational policies. The Programme Committee does this by:
In summary, the Programme Committee guards the quality of education, and the input of both students and teachers is crucial for that.
If you have any complaints or remarks about a specific course, or a suggestion about the degree programme in general, please contact the Programme Committee. They will address your suggestions and take action if desired.
The current members of the Programme Committee are listed below. The members of the Programme Committee are the first contact for complaints or suggestions. You can contact one of the members yourself or send an email to the Programme Committee email@example.com.
I would like to become a member of the Programme Committee. Is that possible?
Students who want to discuss the organization and quality of the education can become member of the Programme Committee. New members are offered a course by the faculty which explains the workings of the representative bodies and the role of the Programme Committee. If you want more information or are interested in membership, you can see more information under ‘Join the Programme Committee'.