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Student influence

About the union

The union's official task is to work with quality insurance and educational coverage at the faculty of social science. But their actual task is much wider.

The Social Sciences Student Union creates job fairs, business connected mentorship programmes, social activities etc. where students get the chance to meet and interact to create projects. The union is important for improving the faculty's courses and programmes, but also for maintaining a good relationship between students, staff and the faculty and university leadership.

The union is a way to ensure that you will learn and experience as much as possible while studying.

It may mean arranging discussions and debates outside of class or being involved as a student representative, working with arranging job fairs or governing larger projects and hosting student political opinion.

The union has something for everyone to do!

Learn more on the union's website