The Beta Student FederationThe Beta Student Federation (Bètastuf) is the organisation that represents students at the Faculty of Science and Engineering. They ensure that students are represented at all levels including the Faculty Council, the Faculty Board, the Schools of Science and Engineering, the Programme Committees and the University Council. More information about student representation at our faculty can be found on the Bètastuf website.
Programme CommitteeThe Programme Committee (PC) evaluates the courses within the degree programmes. There is a PC for every degree and meet up several times a year to discuss the course evaluations that have been filled in the previous term. The committee consists of a mixture of both lecturers and professors as well as students from different stages of the degree programme.
The programme committee is also responsible for checking the teaching and exam regulations, the rules and regulations of your study programme. In addition to these regulatory tasks, they also organize the 'Teacher of the Year' and 'TA of the Year' Awards.
Artificial Intelligence PC: email@example.com
Computing Science PC: firstname.lastname@example.org
Schools of Science and EngineeringThe Undergraduate School of Science and Engineering (USSE) is the overarching structure of all the bachelor degree programmes at the FSE. They discuss general issues regarding the bachelor education. The USS has two student members, along with mostly degree programme coordinators.
The Graduate School of Science and Engineering (GSSE) is the overarching structure for all the master degree programmes and PhD-related matters at the FSE. They discuss issues regarding the master education, as well as discussing Ph.D. research. As Master education is generally more closely connected to research, if there are any research-related matters, they are usually discussed within the GSS.
More information about who the student representatives of the USSE and GSSE are and how to contact them can be found on the Betastuf website.