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Our representation work

The ÖH representatives all work on a voluntary basis. Nevertheless, we take our work very seriously: In our work we are guided by the legal provisions for student unions. In addition, the ÖH FHCW has its own statutes and financial regulations, which govern our actions and management.

General Meeting Sessions

The meetings of the Hochschulvertretung are the most important body of the Hochschülinnenschaft and take place at least twice a semester. There, speakers report on their work, new speakers are elected and motions, which range from our budget to adjustments of our funding, are voted on. Here you can find all minutes of the meetings of the university representation of the last years. You can also read the reports of the speakers.

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As a statutory interest group, we strive not only to change everyday student life itself, but also to achieve improvements in the legislative process and at the societal level. To this end, we draft statements on all relevant bills or amendments in order to bring the students' point of view into the process. We also comment on ÖH-relevant topics in press releases.

Annual estimates and financial statements

If you want to know exactly what happens with your ÖH contribution, you can find the answer in our annual estimates. There you will find a summary of all cost centers and (expected) expenses of the ÖH. Our annual financial statements provide information about our management in the past years.

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Annual reports

What new projects we have started and what the ongoing work of your representation has looked like in the past years, you can find out in our annual activity reports. There you will also find summaries of all activities of the individual units.

Co-determination in the college

The FH Kollegium is the highest decision-making body at the FH Campus Wien in which students can participate. It takes care of the implementation and organization of teaching and examination operations. It consists of the management, the deputy management, six representatives of the heads of the degree programs, six representatives of the teaching and research staff and four student representatives. The four student representatives are delegated by the university representatives.

Currently you are represented by:

  • Timmo Achsel (
  • Salma Dawoud (
  • Leokadia Grolmus (
  • Christopher Kleinlein ( 
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