Our Student council consist of course representatives - from all courses and all subjects – and is a part of the Student Union for Humanities and Theology (HTS). Part of their job is to discuss and monitor education as well as take part in developing it at the faculties.
Turn to the student council if you have thoughts about your education, if you have problems with or suggestions to improve course literature, library hours or something you think can be developed at your department.
Students are represented at our department’s board meetings and student representatives are chosen in the beginning of each semester.
OR do you want more social gatherings or activities? Do you want to get involved? Contact the Student council at the Department of History and Human Rights! Email to studentradhisthts.luse
Support from the Student Union and the Student Ombudsman
If you´re discontent about your study situation your first step should be to turn directly to your department (study advisor, director of studies or director). However, you can also turn to your student council student union or the student ombudsman.
- The Student Union for Humanities and Theology (HTS)
- The Student Ombudsman
- Student rights and guidelines