STUPS – Student Participation without Borders
“Learn how to raise your voice!” was the motto of this 5-days event at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria (FH OÖ) at the Campus in Steyr.
Over 5 days, students were guided through various topics within the framework of student participation. Check out the agenda of this event.
This training initiative is part of the STUPS project, an Erasmus+ funded project that aims to motivate students to participate in university affairs and to provide them with information around participation.
As a student you have various opportunities to raise your voice and share your interest and concerns. The STUPS project invites you to think about ways to get involved in university affairs and supports you in becoming an active participant in your university.
Results of the pilot training
Student engagement and variety of skills
Lecturer: Katarzyna Kucharska, The Volunteer Centre of The University of Warsaw
- The Volunteer Centre of The University of Warsaw – possibilities to get involved!
- Why studies are the best (or at least very good) time to be engaged?
Student participation in university governance
Lecturer: European Student Association (ESU) and FH OÖ
The defined role of the student * (c) ESU
Inclusion and diversity
Lecturer: Martina Gaisch, FH OÖ
Soft skills for effective participation
Lecturer: Raúl Moreno (University of Huelva)
Workshop material and results
Team, space and process: Design thinking as an innovative approach for
Lecturer: Victoria Rammer, FH OÖ
Many thanks to the participants of the STUPS pilot training!