Your diploma. Your future. Our priority.
For the past 12 years, Lijst Calimero has been committed to the further improvement of education at the University of Groningen. We do this through our critical and constructive involvement in the policy making by the board of directors of our university.PositionsOur initiatives
Lijst Calimero is the student party that focuses on high quality education at the University of Groningen. We think that every UG student needs to be certain to receive high quality education and a valuable degree. Excellent study facilities and study guidance, as well as considerate internationalization, preparation for the labour market, and sufficient room for self-development contribute to a pleasant study environment in which every student can develop and grow optimally.
For more than 13 years already, our faction works hard to secure the value of your degree. We critically control the policies of the board of directors and give advice, and we bring forward our own initiatives.
Quality is a choice. Make yours, choose Lijst Calimero.
We have read the report on the time registration for Yantai with great interest. We did however only receive it yesterday at 5 pm, under embargo. Meanwhile, the report was finished and shared with the Board of Directors and the Supervisory Board a month ago. Once...read more
Lijst Calimero made the following suggestion to the Board of the University in the Council of December: is the Board of the University willing to decrease the marketing expenses, willing to use these marketing expenses to attract additional staff, instead of more...read more
What do we do?
As a student party within the University Council we have the right of consent, the right of advice, and the right of initiative. We can propose policies by means of memos and questions during University Council meetings.
On the 25th of October the first activity of the Young Alumni Network was organized, following our memo that proposed its installation. Also the formal recognition of extracurricular activities, the addition of English language skills to the qualitative requirements for docents, and the opening of the library of the Harmony building during weekends in exam periods were initiatives proposed by Lijst Calimero.
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