AYY is looking for student representatives for 2019

The call for applications opens on 31 October and closes on 3 December 2018 at 11.59 pm, by which time the applications must be handed in.
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Call for applications for student representatives in the administration of Aalto University

Aalto University Student Union (AYY) has decided on 26 October 2018 to open a call for applications for student representatives in the Aalto University administration for the year 2019. All students of Aalto University are eligible to apply. The descriptions of the different organs of trust contain more detailed information about possible requirements and restrictions. The call for applications opens on 31 October and closes on 3 December 2018 at 11.59 pm, by which time the applications must be handed in. The application is done via the electronic application form available at https://www.halloped.fi/en. The application instructions and the regulations for student representatives can be found on the Aalto University Student Union website at https://ayy.fi/en/student-union/studentadvocacy/student-representatives/.

The names of the applicants and their applications may be handed to the associations of Aalto University Student Union and to the responsible Hallopeds it has named for the purpose of giving recommendations when choosing the student representatives in administration. The Board of Aalto University Student Union chooses the student representatives by 18 December 2018.

The Student Union also wishes international students and students of all genders to apply for the student representative positions. The selection will follow the requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act, the Act on Equality Between Women and Men, and the Non-discrimination Act.

 

Criteria for selection

Academic affairs committees

The selection decisions are made based on the applications, which are written in the field on the application form. The application should clearly show the applicant’s field of study, School, experience relevant to the position, and their ability to hold their position for the duration of the term of office. The criteria used for selection include interest in and commitment to the task, proven knowledge of influencing work in an administrative organ, and contacts to students via e.g. organisations or other types of activity. Be sure to describe concisely what you think are the most important development targets of Aalto University or your School in your application. Representation from different fields of expertise or study, and possibly the stage of the candidates’ studies, are also taken into consideration when making the selection. Previous experience as a student representative or as a person responsible for studies in an association may also be considered advantageous.

 

Others

The selection decisions are made based on the applications, which are written in the field on the application form. The application should clearly show the applicant’s field of study, School, experience relevant to the position, and their ability to hold their position for the duration of the term of office. The criteria used for selection include interest in and commitment to the task, proven knowledge of influencing work in an administrative organ, and contacts to students via e.g. organisations or other types of activity. Representation from different fields of expertise or study, and possibly the stage of the candidates’ studies, are also taken into consideration when making the selection. Previous experience as a student representative or as a person responsible for studies in an association may also be considered advantageous.

In Otaniemi, on 26 October 2018
Aalto University Student Union Board

Further information: Minna Mäkitalo
Specialist, Academic Affairs
[email protected], +358 50 520 9438

 

Student representatives in administration for 2019

 

Aalto University ordinary + deputy

Aalto University Academic Affairs Committee 4+4

Aalto University Degree Committee 3+3

Management Group of the Language Centre 3+3

Restaurant Committee 3+3

Aalto Equality Committee (Steering Group) 1+1

Research and Innovation Steering Group (RISG) 1+1

LUMA Centre Steering Group 1

Learning IT Working Group 1

Open University Steering Group 1

Doctoral Education Working Group (DEWG) 1

 

School of Arts and Design

Academic Committee of Arts, Design and Architecture 4+4

School of Arts and Design Leadership Team 1

Curriculum Working Group of the School of Arts, Design and Architecture 2+2

Quality and Development Group 1+1

Education Group of Architecture 3+3

 

School of Business

Academic Committee of Economics 4+4

Bachelor’s degree program committee of economics 2+2

Entrepreneurship Programme Committee 1+1

 

School of Chemical Engineering

Academic Committee of Chemical Technology 3+3

Chemical Technology Degree Programme Committee 3+3

School of Chemical Engineering Management Group 1+1

Quality Group 1+1

Steering group of the Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems 1+1

Steering group of the Department of Chemistry and Materials Science 1+1

Steering group of the Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering 1+1

 

School of Electrical Engineering

Academic Committee of Electrical Engineering 4+4

Electrical Engineering Bachelor’s Education Council 3+3

Degree programme committee for Automation and Electrical Engineering 3+3

Degree Programme Committee for Electronics and Nanotechnology 3+3

Quality Committee of Teaching in the School of Electrical Engineering 4+4

 

School of Engineering

Academic Committee of Engineering 4+4

Education Council of Engineering Sciences 3+3

Quality Committee in the School of Engineering Sciences 4+4

Master degree programmes’ developing committee for the School of Engineering 3+3

Aalto ENG candidate programmes steering group 3+3

 

School of Sciences

Academic Committee of Science 4+4

Bachelor Degree Programme Committee of Science 4+4

Degree Programme Committee of Industrial Engineering and Management 3+3

Degree Programme Committee of Information Networks 3+3

Degree Programme Committee of Engineering Physics and Mathematics 3+3

Quality Committee in the School of Science 1+1

Quality Committee of Teaching in the School of Science 1+1

 

Multidisciplinary programs

Aalto Science and Technology bachelor programme committee (SCI, ELEC, ENG, CHEM) 4+4

Computer, Communications and Information Sciences CCIS Programme Committee (SCI, ELEC) 4+4

Life Science Technologies Programme Committee (SCI, ELEC, CHEM) 3+3

IDBM programme committee (ARTS, BIZ, CHEM, ELEC, ENG, SCI) 3+3

Degree Programme Committee of Advanced Energy Solutions (CHEM, ELEC, ENG) 3+3

Master’s Programme in Urban Studies and Planning Education Council 3+3

Creative Sustainability Program Committee 1+1

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