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We are List Sefa!

List Sefa is one of the parties at the Faculty of Economics and Business, competing for places in the faculty student council (FSR). List Sefa is the party from Study Association Sefa. 

Our passion for empowering Dutch and International students to connect and perform their highest potential is in our party’s pedigree. Our slogan “Building student success together!” exemplifies what we strive to accomplish—a strong sense of academic, social,  career, and civic success for all economics and business students! 

 

 

We happily invite you to discover our party programme and learn more about our vision, values,  committee members, and the four core pillars of our campaign—which have been created thanks to the large number of survey responses we received from you, the students of UvA!

Vote List Sefa

 

The Faculty Student Council (FSR) is a democratically elected institution representing all students from a certain faculty (in this case: the Economics and Business faculty). The FSR is in close contact with the Dean of its faculty and is consulted before important decisions regarding the faculty are made. Moreover, it can promote its own policies and initiatives and possess the veto right. Two out of the ten members of the Economics and Business FSR also sit in the Central Student Council (CSR), where they can influence policies regarding the whole university. 

This year the elections for FSR are held between the 31st of May and the 4th of June 2021. The parties participating in this year’s elections are “List Sefa”, “UvASociaal”, “Inter” and “020”. The elections are held online, and the students will have the possibility to vote through a link sent by the university. 

Remember: Voting is important! Your vote is your voice and every vote can be decisive to shape our faculty’s and university’s future.

List Sefa, affiliated with the Study Association Sefa, is one of the parties at the Faculty of Economics and Business, competing for places in the faculty student council (FSR). An important fact to consider is that List Sefa is the only party that focuses solely on the Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB), and not the Central Student Council (CSR). As a result, our mission and vision are very specific to our faculty, making it much more relevant. 

Our passion for empowering International and Dutch students to connect and perform their highest potential is in our party’s pedigree. Our slogan “Building student success together!” exemplifies what we strive to accomplish—a strong sense of academic, social,  career, and civic success for all economics and business students! 

Now, more than ever, we are focused on creating a hybrid learning environment, by learning from the past years online learning environment and implementing new and more efficient policies in addition to the existing ones. This will make coming back to campus that much more enjoyable. 

This year List SEFA recognizes 5 main problems regarding our university that we’d like to solve. These main issues include: mental health support, academic, inclusion, sustainability, and post-covid activities. 

Our mental health policy strives towards creating accessible and available help for all students that are fighting their own battles. Exam and academic implementations during the past year have also contributed to increased stress and anxiety, which is why we’ll reach towards providing fairer grading methods, limiting potential academic obstacles such as paid bonus materials, and increasing academic opportunities for students. 

Additionally we feel that it’s important to implement more inclusion policies pointed towards better integrating international students into the Dutch society. We aim to do this by organizing activities, such as social mentorship programs and free language courses, on a university level..

We also believe in a greener and more sustainable future, which is why we’re pushing the university for a more carbon neutral approach with their energy usage, supply chain activities, and many more. 

Finally, assuming that things will return back to “normality”, we’d love to carry out new implementations such as travel allowances for students, an order & pay food system to reduce queues, and joint inter faculty workshops.