University Politics

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Students who are actively involved in the VSUZH will repeatedly use the term education policy, university politics or university policy. It is important for us that the topics are relevant to the students. In university politics, we deal with questions that concern the organization, structure and development of UZH. In education policy, everything revolves around the question of how education is designed and implemented. Often issues are both university and educational policy. One of the big topics of our Education Policy Commission (BiKo), the new University Library Zurich (UBZH), is both unipolitical when it comes to giving students a say in shaping the UBZH, as well as educational policy when it comes to access about learning resources or imparting knowledge in dealing with sources.

 

For the VSUZH it is of central importance that the students of the University of Zurich are involved in all relevant topics, that we can discuss the topics internally and that individual students can delegate them to the relevant gremiums.

Studentische

_Unipolitik_

für unsere Zukunft!

For many of us, studying means being able to pursue exactly the subject that interests us most and in which we want to work later. We are taught elementary knowledge in the chosen subject areas and the associated scientific work is conveyed. We learn a responsible approach to gathering, processing and passing on information.

 

The university would not exist without the students. For us students, a large part of the course does not consist of frontal teaching - we acquire a lot of knowledge in self-study in the library or with online journals and we practice presenting and discussing various topics. This way of working can also be seen in the VSUZH - we obtain information, put everything into an overall picture, present different topics to each other and discuss which developments are important for us students. In addition to their responsibility for their studies, the students at VSUZH also take responsibility in the interests of all students in making their studies even more meaningful and sustainable. Our goal is the best quality of our studies, in which we spend a lot of time alone, in study groups or in class. All of this to make the most of our time at university.

 

We students know firsthand what it means to study - our point of view can be brought into different discussion environments. We are not only committed to improvements in our own studies, but also set the course for future generations of students.

 

The freedom and possibilities are almost endless at the university. It is our time to get involved and lay the foundations for our own and future generations.

For many of us, studying means being able to pursue exactly the subject that interests us most and in which we want to work later. We are taught elementary knowledge in the chosen subject areas and the associated scientific work is conveyed. We learn a responsible approach to gathering, processing and passing on information.

 

The university would not exist without the students. For us students, a large part of the course does not consist of frontal teaching - we acquire a lot of knowledge in self-study in the library or with online journals and we practice presenting and discussing various topics. This way of working can also be seen in the VSUZH - we obtain information, put everything into an overall picture, present different topics to each other and discuss which developments are important for us students. In addition to their responsibility for their studies, the students at VSUZH also take responsibility in the interests of all students in making their studies even more meaningful and sustainable. Our goal is the best quality of our studies, in which we spend a lot of time alone, in study groups or in class. All of this to make the most of our time at university.

 

We students know firsthand what it means to study - our point of view can be brought into different discussion environments. We are not only committed to improvements in our own studies, but also set the course for future generations of students.

 

The freedom and possibilities are almost endless at the university. It is our time to get involved and lay the foundations for our own and future generations.

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