Investing funds wisely
After tuition fees were abolished, 20 million euros of tuition fee compensation was provided by the government budget to be used to improve studying conditions.
Students are involved in decisions on how this funding, which is intended to be used exclusively to improve studying conditions, is spent. For this reason, students are equally represented on the Central Committee for the Allocation of Tuition Fee Compensation and 28 sub-committees within the faculties.
In addition to administrative expenditure (e.g. work stations, books, e-books, improved IT equipment, funding for courses and excursions), the funding is used to finance a wide range of positions, from student assistants to lecturers, which contribute to improving teaching and services for students.