But how do you know what to bring to the table in UTSU’s workgroup?
“All students of our institute know who their representatives are. We introduce ourselves to first-year students at the very beginning of their studies, and when we could still organize events, we actively did it. In addition, we reach almost all students through BÜS. If you make yourself visible, the students will find their way to you with their concerns,” Andrea explains.
She talks about UTSU’s study quality workgroup as gatherings with a really good atmosphere. As the quality of education concerns absolutely all students, according to her, everyone can always have a say, regardless of their field of study. “It is reassuring that nothing remains only a discussion, but thanks to Helo, it also finds its way there, “higher” in the university,” she adds.
However, “expectations are realistic,” she says, and acknowledges that not all proposals are approved. “But it is just good to be in the workgroup, and it gives me the motivation to move forward,” she concludes.