Students Representative Body

Faculty of Society and Economics

What is the Faculty’s Student Body?

The faculty’s student body defines itself through the members of each specific faculty. Students enrolled in each specific faculty are therefore part of the faculty’s student body.

(Example: If you are enrolled in the study course ‘International Business and Social Sciences’ you are automatically member of the Faculty of Society and Economics.)

At Rhine-Waal University of Applied Science, each faculty has its own student body. Thus, the Bachelor and Master courses of International Business and Social Sciences, International Relations, Taxation and Law, Gender and Diversity, Early Childhood Education, Sustainable Tourism, Economics and Finance and  Sustainable Developement Management define the ‘Student Body of the Faculty of Society and Economics’.


Who are the Faculty Student Representatives and what are their tasks?

The Faculty Student Representatives (FSR) represents the student body of the faculty.

The FSR thereby has a specific number of elected members from the students of the faculty. The total number of elected members is derived by the following formula: At least 5 members with 1 additional member for every 100 enrolled students in the faculty.

(Example: If the Faculty of Society and Economics has 700 enrolled students, the FSR has 12 elected members.)

In many German Federal Lands and also at Rhine-Waal University of Applied Science, the FSR represents a legal organ of the constituted student body with own monetary means, which are raised by the tuition fees.

The FSR is responsible for all kinds of affairs of the students enrolled in the faculty. It is thereby the interface between the public and the students, as well as the faculty and the students.

Further Information to the FSR and its tasks can be found in the Constitution of the FSR Society and Economics, the Constitution of the Student Parliament (StuPa), and the Regulations for Elections. All documents are in German.



  • Jana Wirtgen (International Relations, 3rd Semester) – Chairwoman
  • Pia Weselowski (Sustainable Tourism, 3rd Semester) – Vice Chairwoman
  • Noor Ait Issad (International Relations, 3rd Semester)
  • Shahrina Amin (Sustainable Development Management, 2nd Semester)
  • Leoni Axmann (International Relations, 3rd Semester)
  • Rui Alberto Baptista da Luz (International Relations, 5th Semester)
  • Kerstin Böhme (Sustainable Tourism, 3rd Semester)
  • Andrea Carrascosa Lesser (International Relations, 7th Semester)
  • Luis Cruz (International Taxation and Law, 1st Semester)
  • Marie Charlotte Dierck (International Relations, 1st Semester)
  • Leonhard Felix Fetsch (International Relations, 1st Semester)
  • Samira Grotehans (Gender & Diversity, Early Childhood Education, 5th Semester)
  • Niklas Hirsch (International Business, 5th Semester)
  • Thanh Hoai Nguyen (International Relations, 1st Semester)
  • Brian Hönig (Sustainable Tourism, 5th Semester)
  • Hannah Janke (Sustainable tourism, 3rd Semester)
  • Alistair Kane (International Business, 3rd Semester)
  • Kaayin Kee (International Relations, 7th Semester)
  • Anna-Lea Koßbu (Sustainable Tourism, 1st Semester)
  • Anna-Lena Krannich (Sustainable Tourism, 5th Semester)
  • Davide Küster (Sustainable Tourism, 1st Semester)
  • Milan Reddemann (Sustainable Tourism, 5th Semester)
  • Farah Saidah (International Business, International Relations, 3rd Semester)
  • Luis Johannes Schlüter (International Relations, 1st Semester)
  • Liliana Simeone (International Business, 5th Semester)
  • Rebecca Stadtmüller (International Business, 5th Semester)
  • Joanna Su (Gender & Diversity, 1st Semester)
  • Ancilla Domini Giannina Surya (Gender and Diversity, 3rd Semester)
  • Frederike Marie Türck (Sustainable Tourism, 1st Semester)



You can always contact the FSR via the following e-Mail address:

e-Mail: fsr-gesellschaft-oekonomie(at)

Thereby, we always try to respond as quick as possible to any requests, but if a request requires the majority decision of the members it can take a little longer to get an answer.

 If you would like to talk to us personally you can make an appointment with us via E-Mail.

We would also be happy to see you in our formal FSR Meetings. The meeting times can be found in front of the room (03 EG 014). The will be also announced via email and facebook. If you would like to talk to us personally you can make an appointment with us via E-Mail or come to our office hours on Thursday from 12 unil 14 pm in room  03 EG 014.

Outside the regular lecture times you can make an appointment via e-Mail.

The content of this page was created by members of the FSR.