AStA University of Mannheim

We For You

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Welcome to the website of the AStA at the University of Mannheim

The General Students’ Committee (Allgemeine Studierendenausschuss) at the University of Mannheim is the official elected representation of you, the students.
The two executives, seven officers, and many other volunteers represent your interests regarding university policies at the university, regional partners, and the state government.

 

We For You.

This is not just our promise but also our goal.
We stand up for the students so that everyone can organise their studies at the University of Mannheim as individually and comfortably as possible.
Therefore, we address issues such as attendance and participation policies, library opening hours, or the menu expansion at the Mensa with the people in charge.

The General Students’ Committee deals, as opposed to the student representatives of different faculties, with the representation of interests of all students at the University of Mannheim.

The current AStA coalition since the last student parliamentary session consists of two political university groups: The Young Socialists (Jusos) and the Green-Alternatives (gahg) of the University of Mannheim.

Our Offerings

Our Offerings

NEW: The University of Mannheim Calendar (UNIMALENDER) neatly shows you all upcoming events of student groups, the General Students’ Committee (AStA), political university groups, and departmental student representatives at the university

The AStA offers a broad range of support offerings for our students.

About us

About us

The General Students’ Council mostly consists of student volunteers who are dedicated to improving the situation at the University of Mannheim for their fellow students.

Learn more about the office and the people behind it, here.

 

 

News

News

Schneckenhof parties, a free weekly student cinema, or upcoming committee sessions.

Learn more about events and meetings.

UNIMALENDER

NEW: The University of Mannheim Calendar (UNIMALENDER) neatly shows you all upcoming events of student groups, the General Students’ Committee (AStA), political university groups, and departmental student representatives at the university Everybody can register and add events to the UNIMALENDER.

All groups of the Students’ Union can quickly add an event for free to the UNIMALENDER. All you need to do is register and then you can easily add an event. After a quick check, the event will be published.

TheUNIMALENDER gives an organised arrangement of all upcoming events without the need for Facebook or wasteful flyers Clear and sustainable.

UNIMALENDER

University of Mannheim Calendar

Click here to get to the UNIMALENDER

Besides its representational function, the General Students‘ Committee (AStA) also manages a broad range of, mostly free services and events on campus. More than 40 volunteers are committed to create and maintain those offerings which are mostly financed by VS share of the semester fee. Legal counselling, Social counselling, VRNnextbike, the new Kulturticket and much more Browse around our website to learn more about what we do and have a look at what we can help you with. Or you might be interested in volunteering yourself? Please, feel free to join our team and help us in creating a fair and enjoyable student-life in Mannheim. Send us an e-Mail to asta[at]uni-mannheim.de or find us on Facebook or Instagram. Facebookseite.

AStA Updates

How is the General Students‘ Committee (AStA) organised and how does it work?

The General Students’ Committee (Allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss) is the highest executive body of the Verfasste Studierendenschaft (official Student Union) at the University of Mannheim. The VS is an independent public entity and under the legal supervision of the rectorate of the university.

The AStA executive board and the officers are elected by the Student Parliament (StuPa), the highest legal body of the Students’ Union. Different political university groups are elected into the Students’ Parliament by all degree-seeking students at the university.

On the faculty-level, ten departmental student representative bodies serve as representatives to the five faculty deans and all study programme managers.

Learn more about the Student Union, here.

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