As a self-governing body below the central structure (§§ 40 I, 38 ThürHG in conjunction with § 13 GO-UE), the Faculty Council of the Faculty of Political Science performs the tasks of the university on its own responsibility in accordance with the Basic Regulations. In particular, the Faculty Council is responsible for
- for resolutions on appointment proposals
- for study and examination matters
- for research matters
- for passing resolutions on examination and study regulations and internal faculty statutes.
Furthermore, the Faculty Council cooperates with the other self-governing units of the university, in particular with regard to the content of the organisation of teaching, study, research and further education (§38 III, IV ThürHG).
The Faculty Council meets monthly and is open to the public.
The Faculty Council meets in different compositions, which result from §40 ThürHG in conjunction with §13 II, V GO-UE. §13 II, V GO-UE.
Permanent Faculty Council
According to §40 I 1 ThürHG i.V.m §13 II S. 1 GO-UE, the permanent faculty council consists of 8 voting members. The Dean presides (§13 III p. 2).
Chair: Prof. Dr. Till Talaulicar
2 members from the group of university lecturers
Prof. Dr. Till Talaulicar
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wegner
2 members from the group of students
2 members from the academic staff group
2 members from the group of staff in technology and administration
Ass. iur. Sandra Ostermann
Extended Faculty Council
For decisions pursuant to §40 I p. 2 ThürHG in conjunction with §13 II p. 2 GO-UE. §13 II S. 2 GO-UE, the Faculty Council meets in an extended composition. In addition to the members of the Permanent Faculty Council, there are then 5 further voting members from the group of university teachers.
Prof. Dr. Hermann-Josef Blanke
Grand Faculty Council
Student council Economics, Law and Social Sciences
The Student Representative Council (FSR) represents all students of the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Erfurt and is therefore the contact for all kinds of questions and problems. It stands up for the interests of the students and organises various events (lectures, discussions, parties, etc.) to make student life more varied and interesting.
You can find all further information about the student council here.