The Senate is the constituted body responsible for the ratification of statutes and by-laws of the University. Pursuant to Section 6 of the Constitution of Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, the Senate comprises 25 voting members and 15 non-voting members.
The Board of Governors plays an immediate, strategic role in shaping the future development of the university. It consists of six external members and four internal members employed by the university who hold positions of responsibility in different spheres of society and who can contribute their exceptional skills, knowledge and experience towards achieving the objectives and duties of the university.
During the lecture period, the Student Parliament (StuPa) holds meetings at least once a month. All students have access to the Moodle-Course containing Meeting Dates, Agendas and Minutes of the Meetings.
The General Student Committee (German: AStA) is the executive organ of the student body. It is elected resp. confirmed by the Student Parliament. The Student Parliament assigns tasks to the AStA and monitors the fulfilling of those. The AStA of Rhine Waal University of Applied Sciences is organized into the Board and the Departments. The different departments support students with advice and service offers.
Official Notices of Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences. Original, German-language documents published in these Official Notices are considered legally binding within the Federal Republic of Germany. Translations are generally not available.
Information on the official Agreement on Objectives and Performance V (2014-2015) concluded between Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences and the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Research (MIWF) of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Statutes and Regulations of Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences. Please note that translated versions are for reference purposes only. Only the German versions published in the Official Notices are considered legally binding documents in the Federal Republic of Germany.