University Elections 2021: Interviews with Stupa Lists

It’s that time of the year again: From 12 July to 15 July, all students are called upon to cast their votes for their candidates for the student parliament (Stupa), the senate, the faculty council, the Fachschaftsrat (FSR), and the Fachschaftsvertretung (FSV). However, not everything is as usual: Instead of voting in the Audimax, GrillCafé or the Senate Room, you can vote online for the first time ever.

You can cast your votes through the IMT Service Portal, which you have to log into using your IMT account. Voting starts on 12 July at 9:30 in the morning and ends on 15 July at 15:00.

In order for you to get to know the lists running for the Stupa, we interviewed some of their candidates. You can find all these interviews on the AStA YouTube Channel and embedded underneath this post.

Feel free to also use the Stupa-o-Mat, an online tool to compare your own positions with those of the lists. You can find it on the Stupa Website. 

If you wish to know who is running for which particular office, here you will find all the official election-related publications for the student elections. Furthermore, here you will find the candidates for the Senate and the Faculty Councils (under “Wahlvorschläge”).

In case you don’t know yet why all these offices and the elections are important for all students, the universal has provided an explanation of all these in their current issue which you will find here.