UCU is a so called ‘institute’ within Utrecht University. That means that UCU has its own governance structure as well as a lot of de facto autonomy. However, officially UCU is still part of the Humanities department of the UU. We thus also work together and exchange ideas with student and staff representatives at the rest of the university.
2. So, can UCU students also represent UCU at the UU level?
Yes, you can! Students from all across the university can run for the URaad (or University Council), the co-decision making body for all of UU and thus body that checks the Executive Board of the University. You can find more information here:https://www.uu.nl/en/organisation/governance-and-organisation/employee-and-student-representation/university-council
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