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Apply now for the EDLAB Student Advisory Board!

We are looking for three students to join the EDLAB Student Advisory Board (ESAB)!

Find out more about what ESAB does, who we’re looking for, and apply before March 6, 2022! 

What is the EDLAB Student Advisory Board? 

At EDLAB, we focus on continuously improving and innovating education at Maastricht University. In doing this, we take into account the needs, desires and ambitions of students and teaching staff of Maastricht University.

By creating the EDLAB student advisory board (ESAB), we want to gain better insight in the student perspective on education innovation at UM. We want to hear and understand what UM students think about studying at Maastricht University. Participating in this board allows students to reflect on education innovation of our unique PBL system.

ESAB offers a unique perspective on EDLAB projects, providing early feedback and insights from a student’s point of view. Moreover, students can initiate and drive their own projects to make their voices heard in a topic of their concern. ESAB is composed of students from all six UM faculties and meets once a month at EDLAB or online.

Who can apply? 

All current UM students can join ESAB. Your motivation to speak up is a prerequisite – all else is open. We strongly prefer students to join us for at least one academic year.

In order to ensure equal representation across the faculties and UM’s diversity, we encourage LAW students in particular to apply to the position.

You are also very welcome to apply if you are already affiliated with faculty councils or study associations but you may come without any prior experience – just tell us what you’re thinking about.


How do you apply?

Click on the button below to send an e-mail to Walter before Monday, March 7.

In your mail, please answer the questions in one or two sentences – no need to write an essay!

  • What’s your study programme, expected graduation date and expected degree?
  • Why would you like to join ESAB?
  • What does education innovation mean to you?
  • What makes good education? And, what makes bad education?
  • What’s your area of interest and what would you like to do in ESAB?

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