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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Department of Cultural History and Theory

Student Council

The Student Council Initiative Cultural History and Theory [FSI Kulturwissenschaft] is a point of contact for all questions related to studying at the Department of Cultural History and Theory. We represent the Student Council on the level of the Department and on the level of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and we plan and support events and projects organised by students for students.

Who we are

The Student Council Initiative [Fachschaftsinitiative] (FSI) is an independent association of students, who want to advocate for the interests of the student body and student council. The council is not elected, everyone can join.

We work without a fixed hierarchy and we try to distribute all outstanding tasks as evenly as possible. To make our work less complicated, we have split up into different areas of responsibility: communication, events and university-politics/committee work.

For more information please see Kontakte.

What we do

We, the Student Council Initiative Cultural History and Theory

-  represent the interests of students

-  are members in university councils, i.e. the Department Board [Institutsrat] and the Commission for Teaching and Studying  [Kommission für Lehre und Studium]

-  mediate between professors/staff and students

-  support the improvement of the new degree courses

-  help with orientation

-  organise events and support your projects – morally and financially!

-  besides, we also like to have fun and have a drink of beer or coffee together!

-  See also: About us

Participate!

We are always happy about new members! Help shape our everyday life at the university! Come over or drop us a line via mail!

In order to receive important messages about studying, or information on interesting events, write to us or click here, and you will be subscribed to our newsletter.

Where you can find us?

At Georgenstr. 47, 4.OG, Room 4.08