The Archaeology Students’ Council is the link between the department and its students and works to monitor the study programmes and students’ rights. The students’ council has representatives on the departmental board where important decisions are taken on education, budgets and the department’s future.
In addition, the council organises a number of social activities every semester, such as picnics and games evenings. The Archaeology Students’ Council is part of the Humanities and Theology Students’ Union, which was formed in 2010 after a merger of the unions of Humanities students and Theology students.
The union functions as the students’ representative organisation; its main task is to monitor education at the Faculties of Humanities and Theology. The student council is an important part of this insofar as it offers the students an opportunity to influence education at their own department.
The students’ council discusses the students’ views on education at the department and any problems that may arise. Are you interested in finding out more about the students’ council’s work? Have you come across any problems during your studies or is there something you would like the students’ council to discuss?
Humanities and Theology Students’ Union