Your voice in the Faculty Council of TSHD!


What we do

As the student party of TSHD, we represent the interests of all TSHD students. We do that by giving consent for new initiatives, and by advising the faculty board. Furthermore, we organise events like the TSHD Teacher of the Year election and the Dante Gala in order to improve the social cohesion within TSHD.

Who we are

Every year, 5 TSHD students are democratically chosen to represent the student population of TSHD.  Together with 5 representatives of the faculty staff, we form the faculty council. We work together with other faculty student parties (University Forum), university student parties (SAM and Front), study associations and educational committees to represent the interests of students.


Student party Dante believes in a future for TSHD where high quality education and research go hand in hand. By providing top quality education, based on academic insight with an eye for society, a faculty with an outstanding reputation among students, alumni and businesses takes shape. Supported by the right staff and the right equipment, the quality of education can grow, leading the way for growth and innovation.

Update Faculty Council April 15th, 2021

Things that were discussed in the council: Educational Report: This was an educational review of the last year and it is already historic as it is the first covid-edition of the Educational Report. Despite the pandemic, there has been a massive growth in the number of...
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Update Faculty Council February 25

What has been discussed in the Faculty Council last Thursday? The grading period: We have heard various stories about students not receiving their grade in time for the resit and therefore we addressed it in the Council. In the EER, the statement about grading was the...
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Update Faculty Council November 12th 2020

What has been discussed in this council? Internationalization and housing; the university works with the municipality to make sure that the housing problem is being dealt with, but the recent developments where houses cannot be turned into student homes has caught the...
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