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This page provides an overview on which parties run for the FEB Faculty Student Council (FSR) and what their views are.

Sefa

For many years, List Sefa has been actively involved in building student success at the University of Amsterdam. Ambition, proactivity, innovation, diversity, consistency, transparency, sustainability – are our main values that form the 4 pillars of our policy plan.

In the academic pillar, we aim at developing more proactive educational innovations including more interfaculty cooperation, better quality of online and offline education, better exam and resit options and better opportunities for on-campus employment and tutoring.

Our social pillar focuses on better student life on campus by organising the best events and festivals, and proactive communication of opportunities to the student body.

At the same time, we are planning to organise more on-campus recruitment events and internship fairs to ensure you a smooth transition from academic to career life in our career pillar.

Finally, the civic pillar aims at empowering our students in terms of limitless opportunities we have to make this world better by tackling the topics of volunteering experience, sustainability and campus facilities. We are extremely happy to turn the most promising ambitions into reality and make University of Amsterdam a better place since 1922!

UvASociaal

Diversity, sustainability, accessibility and transparency, these are UvASociaal core pillars. We were founded in the year 2006 and have worked tirelessly to have the voice of the average student heard in the decision-making process of the university since then. Our goal in UvASociaal is a university that exists as a democratic and inclusive community with equal opportunities for all. This community is ideally one where accessibility of higher education and the quality of education is and will always remain the priority. Our members believe that we have a vital role to play in improving the university and we welcome everyone who believes they can help us in representing the students and to let their voice be heard.

Some examples of what we stand for:

  • The ability to study regardless of one’s socio-economic background
  • Proposals such as the Green Commitment to reduce the ecological footprint of the
  • University and its student associations
  • Smaller number of students in tutorial groups
  • A higher budget for teaching and the improvement of its quality
  • More blended learning incorporated into our education (lecture recordings, online tests)

Inter

We are a student party at the University of Amsterdam working to increase transparency in decision-making at the institution and improve your student experience. We are diverse, curious, ambitious, and determined to bring these values to university politics. We believe in more student involvement in university politics to create a more interconnected, interactive university. We strive to close the gap between university governance and the student community through direct and transparent democracy. We aim for solutions benefiting all students at the University of Amsterdam. Five goals of Inter are: transparent and democratic decision-making, quality of education and academic flexibility, diversification of backgrounds of the student body, improved student welfare and sustainable policies and practices.