We represent you, take care of you and develop the student life for you.
And why do we do this? Students at Chalmers is a large group of individuals with both diverse and mutual interests. We are sometimes in a vulnerable position, regarding our education and financially.
Who will make sure that years spent and invested at Chalmers will maintain its value ad worth? The students are not run over by administration, unfair rules or new laws? That we have sufficient housing and services that coincides with students needs and terms? That you are considered highly employable after years of hard work? And that, besides our studies, there is room for recreation and fun?
This is why
- we monitor the education system at Chalmers
- we work to make sure new housing is built
- we have cabins, pool and gym hall for relaxation
- we arrange Swedens’s largest career fair
- we offer hundreds of opportunities to get involve (beneficial for personal growth and your resume)
Monitor the education system
One of the unions most important missions is to monitor our education here at Chalmers. Your education is important and the time you invest in it should be long-term. During your time here you have both rights and obligations. It is also important to have someone to turn to if things get complicated whether it’s your course, programme or study environment.
Each student division has an educational committee (studienämnd). They represent students in educational matters at your division. They also arrange study breakfasts, monitor certain courses and host various study related events. The committees have contributed to:
- developing pedagogy of course
- problems being discovered and handled
- students being able to make it through their courses
- raising the student voice towards the university
Contact your committee at your student division if you want to be onboard next and help you and your students to a better education.
Be a rep – what you do
Being a course rep gives you insight in how the education at Chalmers really works. You will also become closer connected to your teachers and be able to express your own and your fellow students opinions. Contact email@example.com if you wanna learn more or become a rep this year!
Course evaluation – what you do
After each course you have the chance to evaluate and give feedback in order to improve it for the coming year. Be constructive and make suggestions on improvement – it will make it more likely to ensure changes!
Student reps – what you do
We have students reps within programmes, institutions and on the hiring committee. Contact your student division to learn more. These are in Swedish since Swedish proficiency is required.
Assignments below require Swedish proficiency.