Being engaged in student politics and extra curricular activities is also a way of developing your CV, already while you are still studying.
Read more about CV development and career opportunities in the Career Section.
You can also voice your opinion by answering and participating in the many questionnaires and evaluations of:
- the study environment
The Student Council – ITU students’ own political association
The Student Council is the students’ own political association at the IT University. It consists of students from every field of study at the university, and is run by students.
The Student Council works to promote student interests and improve students’ political, professional, and social conditions at the ITU.
You can read more about The Student Council, and how to become an active member, on their website.
You do not have to be a member to participate in their activities which arranging debates and so on.
There are also several other possibilities to engage in student politics. You can e.g. join Danske Studerende Fællesråd (DSF), as the representative for the IT University.
The DSF is a national organization for students in Denmark who want to work for better educations, and the organisation is often the "students’ voice" in the press and opposite politicians.
The DSF is present and representing students’ interests in several political bodies including the council for government funding (SU-Rådet) and the Danish Evaluation Institute.