Student and faculty associations
Established by students of one or more disciplines, student associations organise a variety of activities. They serve to represent and supervise the interests of students in the same field or faculty. Within its own faculty, a student association can influence educational planning and the development of the study environment. It can also help maintain a positive atmosphere for students.
At the moment, approximately 40 hobby associations operate within Tamy. These associations are formed around a hobby or a conviction, and the majority of the members are Tamy’s members. You can usually take part in the activities of hobby associations regardless of your field of study.
Through a hobby association, you can for example:
- make the world a better place
- explore the world of beers and wines
- serve in Tamy’s Council of Representatives
- sing in a choir, play in an orchestra or perform on a theatre stage
- take part in and organise various cultural activities covering everything from literature to dance
- expand your international horizons, go to a sauna, debate, hike, play board games and sports, network and much more!