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Students Representatives

The University counts 10 positions of students representatives as defined in the Règlement d’Ordre Intérieur, as following:

  • 1 students representative in the Borad of Governors
  • 6 students representatives in the University Council (2 per faculty)
  • 3 student representatives in the the Faculty Council (1 in each faculty council)

Marco DIAS

Bio:

  • Bachelor en Cultures Européennes (History) student.
  • FLSHASE students’ representative in the University Council, as well as BCE-History students’ representative in the Comité de pilotage.

Role and Objectives:

  • My role is to defend and represent the interests of the students the best way possible.

Means and Results:

  • The means to achieve this is by working with the different members of the Council, as well as the with the students of the faculty.
  • In the University Council, I have a vote, as all the other members, that contributes to approval or disapproval of new projects before they are discussed for a final vote of approval by the Conseil de gouvernance.
  • Outside the Council, I like listening to the students and help them when necessary, especially new and/or foreign students that may have issues to adapt to the University.

Contact:

Students can contact me via e-mail: marco.dias.001@student.uni.lu.

François FLOTTERER

Bio:

My Name if FX FLOTTERER and I am FSTC Students Representative at the University Council as well as Student Representative at the FSTC Faculty Council for around 2 years. I am also member of the CEST since 4 years now. I finished last year the Bachelor of Informatics and now, I’m enrolled in the Master MSSI (Management de la Sécurité des Systèmes d’Information).

When I arrived at the FSTC, I was surprised to see that there was basically no student association, nor representatives.

I first joined the CEST and with a great team at that time, we revived it; then when I had the opportunity, I became Student Representative.

Role and Objective:

For me, there is 2 parts in the role of Student Representative.

  • First, making sure that the students interests are respected in the decisions taken at the faculty and university level.
  • Second, I see the student representative as a problem solver.

Means and Results:

People that know me knows that I don’t believe in nice speech but in concrete actions, and that representatives must be accountable of their work!

I’ve been working mostly with the Dean, the Vice-Dean, the Quality and Process Officer, the academic secretary, as well as teachers and Course Director, and last but not least, with the CEST and the students.

Together, we could achieve quite important and visible projects, such as:

  • the student feedback and discussion forum=> a forum accessible only by students and the QPO (no teacher, course director, etc…) to give students an opportunity to raise their concerns, give feedback, or just discuss about the faculty in general
  • the suggestion boxes, at the entrance of the faculty (right after the automatic doors) and in from of the CEST lounge to provide any completely anonymous feedbacks
  • we have meeting with the QPO, academic secretary and CEST roughly every 1,5 month or more often when it’s needed to discuss about possible solutions related to the feedback we got from these previous ways
  • I’ve been involved in thenew tool for the course evaluation, LISTORES, and ensured that the evaluations are completely anonymous, as well as report available only after jury sessions
  • peer tutoring => together with the CEST, the QPO and the participation of several teachers and Course Directors, we started a small pilot project of peer tutoring in BINFO, then we extended this project also to BING, and students are really happy to receive help from their peer for difficult courses.
  • this page => well, as IT student, I wanted to have an official page on Uni.lu. If you students would also like to contact us via a dedicated website and / or facebook, just tell us!

I have been also involved in less visible actions, mostly related to the Faculty Council. For example, we worked a lot about the quality assessment of the faculty itself and the programmes themselves. We are still working on new regulation regarding assessment of the students, mainly the exams, and this subject is a tough one!

Contact:

You can contact me via the moodle, via my email addresse (0121027052@student.uni.lu / francois.flotterer.001@student.uni.lu), via the student feedback forum on the moodle or if I’m there, just by passing by the CEST Lounge.

Stijn LAMBERIGTS

Bio:

I am Stijn Lamberigts and I am the students’ representative on the Board of Governors (Conseil de gouvernance) of the University since March 2016.

Before starting my PhD studies at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance, I obtained a Master degree from the same Faculty and studied law in Belgium. I was the student delegate of one of the University of Luxembourg’s residences, as well as a member of the Council of the Doctoral School of Law.

Role and Objective:

The two main objectives I want to achieve as the students’ representative are keeping the students informed on decisions that have an impact on them and to make sure that our interests are well represented in the Board.

In order to achieve these two objectives, I will try to give you as much insights as possible in the Board’s work. I would be happy to get in touch and get input on topics that are of interest to us, as students of the different Faculties.

Means and Results:

With your help and input I want to achieve these two objectives. In order to do so I am happy to listen and reply to any questions you have. Moreover, besides being an active listener, I have and will be an active representative in the Board of Governors.

Contact:

Don’t hesitate to drop me a line at: Stijn.lamberigts@uni.lu

Norbert RUGIRA

Bio:

My Name is RUGIRA Norbert and I am actually finishing my Bachelor of Law. It is an honor for me to be the FDEF student’s representative at the University Council since march 2015 and the Faculty Council since January 2016.

Role and Objective:

My role is to participate in those Council meetings and to defend student’s interests. For this reason, I can also collect student’s feedback or concern on various issue to raise them when necessary.

The objectives of my actions are to promote student involvement in the conduct of the university and to establish effective network of communication between students and other bodies of the University.

Means and Results:

To achieve those objectives, for instance, I initiate a general online-form wish gave to the students the possibility to express their opinions and concerns on different issues. It was really successful because the useful information collected. All feedbacks were analyzed and are taken into consideration to ameliorate student life.

Contact:

If you have in question, idea or concern to share, you can reach me my mail: norbert.rugira.001@student.uni.lu

Antoine THEVENOUX

Bio:

I’m Antoine Thevenoux one of the two student representative of the FSTC faculty still located in Kirchberg. I’m studying computer sciences in the bachelor B-INFO.

Role and Objective:

For me the student representative role is to make the bridge between students and the University to improve their studies environment and help them to feel home at it.

It can be through helping them to create their own project as a language class as it can be helping them for administrative stuff for the SEVE.

Means and Results:

Much of the reasonable ideas to improve the university you might have are realizable. You just might not know how to proceed and that why we are here. So far, much what I realized is through the student association of our campus called the CEST. And it was the job of a whole team to realize for example events like the music CEST-ival or the gaming night. We also had some peer tutoring and Luxembourgish classes organized.

Contact:

For your projects as your questions please contact meat 014092460e@uni.lu , I’ll be looking forward to help you.

Edoardo TIBERI

Bio:

  • Master 2 in European Private Law
  • FDEF students’ representative at the University Council since 2014

Role and Objectives:

  • My role is to defend the interests of all the students enrolled at the Faculty of Law, Economy and Finance.
  • My objectives:
    • Firstly, to discuss all the matters which constitute a problem to students and to find a solution to eliminate their uncertainty.
    • Second, to see the number of students who are interested in advocating their rights grow, and I’m very happy to observe this tendency.

Means and Results:

  • The means are enormous given that I have a voice to bring your complaints to the heads of the University, even until recently the results were unsatisfactory, I nevertheless note a revival of constructive discussions and a better hearing.

Contact:

Christopher WEYER

Bio:

  • 4th semester Bachelor student in psychology
  • FLSHASE student representative since May 2016
  • member of psychology students' association

Role and Objectives:

  • representing FLSHASE students’ interests on the university council
  • encouraging student body involvement in the future of the university and student life

Means and Results:

  • listening to the student’s concerns and being their voice on the university council
  • establishing a structure for student leadership of our university to come together and work on issues they are concerned about

Contact:

If you wanna get involved or have any concerns, write me an email at christopher.weyer.001@student.uni.lu.