The Student Council is the highest governing organ in the student democracy at MF
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All institutions have different ways of organizing a student democracy. At MF the General Assembly is the highest organ, which is held once per semester. Here all MF students have the right to attend, speak and vote. The General Assembly decides the budget, annual report, action plan and accounting. Furthermore, the statute may change, the election of representatives to student organs will take place and other matters affecting the students will be discussed.
The Student Council is the body that is the supreme governing student body of the day. The Student Council is elected by and among MF students. The Student Council is the link between administration, students and external student organizations, and meet regularly during a semester. The Student Council consists of Leader, Deputy Leader/Politically Responsible, Environmentally Responsible, Internationally Responsible, Member for Theology and History,Member for Religion and Social Science and Member for Religion and Pedagogics. Students are represented through the Student Council through all the governing bodies at the MF.
Additionally, MF also has The International Student Union-MF (ISU-MF), which is committed to the social, academic and political interests of all international students.