The Council of Student Representatives (FSR) is a kind of parliament and forms the highest over-faculty student body and thus, so to speak, the legislative body of the student representation of the TUM. Each of the currently 22 student councils has the possibility to send representatives to the FSR. The individual student councils have between 2 and 4 votes depending on the number of students in the respective department. FSR meetings usually take place every 3 weeks, but special meetings can be convened by student councils. The meeting place changes between the different TUM locations, i.e. Stammgelände, Garching and Weihenstephan. At these meetings, various topics are discussed that affect students across faculties at TUM, such as the accreditation of university groups, SV events or the 'Deutschlandstipendium'. In addition, the speakers of the units of the student body are elected by the FSR. Furthermore, applications for funding or for the loan of event equipment can be submitted to the FSR. The meetings are open to the public, i.e. you can come and see our work at any time. In addition, every student of the TUM has the right to make an application and speak.
If you are interested in the FSR, talk to the representatives of your student council or just come by. The meeting dates of the FSR can be found here.