TU Graz/ TU Graz/ Organisational Structure/

Young Workers’ Council

The Young Workers’ Council represents the apprentices at TU Graz and supports their interests. The council responds to the worries, problems and demands of the young employees.

It is the first point of call for apprentices at TU Graz. The council provides support if there are any problems with supervisors. The Young Workers’ Council
  • applies for measures to solve problems affecting apprentices at TU Graz.
  • monitors compliance with current legal requirements.
  • makes suggestions on vocational training and professional development of apprentices at TU Graz.
  • works together with the Works Council for Administrative Personnel to solve problems affecting the young people.
  • works together with the trade union and Chamber of Labour to support the young people.
Apprentices at TU Graz can contact me if they have any problems. As a member of the Young Workers’ Council, I voice the concerns of apprentices at TU Graz, supported by the Works Council for Administrative Personnel. I see myself as a mediator between the concerns of the young people and the management at TU Graz.


Phone: +43 316 873 7528
reisenhofernoSpam@tugraz.at Anna HEINZEL
Vice Chairperson
Phone: +43 316 873 8318


Young Workers’ Council at TU Graz on TUGRAZonline Members of the Young Workers’ Council are under 23 years of age and need to have been employed at TU Graz for at least 6 months on the day of the election. They haveAustrian citizenship or the citizenship of a country in the European Economic Area. All employees at TU Graz, who are under 21 years of age, are eligible to vote.


According to the Arbeitsverfassungsgesetz (Labour Constitutional Act) there needs to be a Young Workers’ Council in every enterprise employing 5 or more people aged 18 or younger. The term of office is 2 years.