Student and Academy Council
Have an influence on your programme.
Most of the programmes at the Academy have their own Student Council. The Student Council allows you to have a say on your programme and organises social activities across classes . Each class elects two representatives to represent them in the Academy Council.
The Academy Council is your opportunity to have a direct say on your daily life as a student at Business Academy Aarhus. The Academy Council has two branches - one academic/political and and one social/cultural.
The Academy Council's primary job is to create good relationships for all the students, across all programmes at the Academy. This is done by planning academic and social arrangements for all students, for example joint activities, lectures, parties, intro week etc. The Academy Council is able to influence the educational environment at the Academy via the two members who are on the Academy's board.
Members are chosen or apply for membership, and we strive to represent as many programmes as possible. The members then elect a chairman and a vice-chairman who are then responsible for drafting agendas and the minutes of meetings, etc. They work closely with an employee representative from the Academy.
The Academy Council normally holds two meetings per semester.
See 'Rules of procedure for the Academy Council' (pdf)
You can contact the Academy Council by e-mail: email@example.com.