The Faculty Council is an important representative body of Erasmus School of Philosophy. The Faculty Council discusses the general affairs of the faculty with the dean. The dean informs the Faculty Council about the policy s/he implements and regarding policy intentions for education, research, finances, personnel and organisation.
The Faculty Council has the right of approval, information and advice. The Faculty Council has the right of approval regarding determining and changing the faculty regulations, components of the education and examination regulations and in the event of a proposed reorganisation. The right to information means that the Faculty Council can request information at all times from the dean regarding policy and policy intentions. Finally, the right of advice gives the Faculty Council the authority to make proposals and viewpoints known regarding all affairs that concern the faculty.
Faculty Council composition
The Council comprises eight members, half of whom are selected from the staff and half of whom are students. The council meetings are public.
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Student representatives, academic year 2019-2020
- Monday 7 October 2019 (Mandeville T3-30)
- Monday 18 November 2019 (Polak 1-23)
- Monday 13 January 2020 (Polak 3-14)
- Monday 2 March 2020 (Polak 3-14)
- Monday 11 May 2020 (Mandeville T3-03)
- Monday 22 June 2020 (Mandeville T3-03)
- Monday 24 August 2020 (Sanders 1-10)
The meetings start at 11.00 am, with a members only pre-consultation taking place at 10.00 am. Employees and students are very welcome to attend the meetings. The agenda items and minutes are available for perusal at the secretariat in room J5-69.