The Arbitration Board mediates disputes at TU Graz between university students and staff or between these individuals and an institution. University students and staff can directly contact the Arbitration Board. The Arbitration Board only can prssent proposals for settlement.
Individuals associated with the university are students and employees, including both internal and external lecturers and tutors.
The Arbitration Board also handles complaints that are registered with the Working Group for Equal Opportunities such as:
Equality, just like scientific merit, is a prerequisite for successful and sustainable development at the university. For this reason, I am happy to contribute my efforts to the Arbitration Board.
The 6 members and 6 deputy members can be, but are not required to be, staff members of TU Graz. External members are encouraged to apply.The Arbitration Board must fulfill the 50% quota for women’s representation.
According to § 43 of the University Act 2002, the Arbitration Board is an autonomous institution at TU Graz and is independent of the other university institutions. The Senate, University Council and the Working Group for Equal Opportunities each nominate a third of the members.
The term of office lasts 2 years.