Comprising 55% of Maastricht’s study body international students form the majority of students, despite that they and their interests and needs are systematically underrepresented and ignored in decision making. To change that the MSR is creating an international commission to work on the issues that affect you the most. Working on the international commission will offer you the freedom to pick your own projects. Naturally you will also be working on the issues most naturally aligned with international interests like English accessibility, student services and mistreatment of international students in housing.
Do you want to help make Maastricht an even more inclusive and international friendly city? Apply now at email@example.com.
Please enclose a resume and a short motivation.
As a student it can seem impossible to find affordable quality housing. As a member of the housing commission you can do something about that! Within the MSR housing commission you will:
Send your resume and a short motivation to firstname.lastname@example.org
Maastricht has an active green community. More and more students, shop owners, political parties and citizens are spending time and money to make Maastricht a more sustainable city. As a result there are now countless work groups, recycling days , actions and of course the successful climate rally have been created. We applaud all these initiatives, more however could be achieved by a united front speaking in one voice with the city and the schools. To that end the MSR is creating the sustainability commission.
Do you want to help coordinate and encourage green cooperation in Maastricht? Apply now for a position in the MSR’s sustainability commission! Send your resume and a short motivation to email@example.com.
During the winter of 2018/19, the Maastricht Student Council held a questionnaire amongst students about housing. We have now published the results in a report, together with a position paper about the subject. Click the links to read them!