Remarks on Terminology: Due to inconsistancies regarding the translation of a couple of terms, we would like to point out which terms mean the same.
A student group, in German Hochschulgruppe, short HSG, is sometimes called university group or campus group. Student groups are almost independent from the StuVe. They have political, religious, work or study related, environmental or other interests and their members work together to achieve their goals or socialize.
Units, in German Referate, are sometimes called departments. The units of the StuVe are employees of the StuVe and they manage a lot of services the StuVe offers to students.
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The sorting of the groups is alphabetical and does not indicate any preferences from our side.
The student representation (StuVe) works on a wide variety of topics relating to the university and the study programme. It organises itself in various committees (the student parliament and the council of the student associations), as well as the executive committee (StEx) as the executive body and representation of the student representation. It is supported by a number of units, such as the BAföG unit or the bicycle workshop, which are also here for you.