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Run for election 2023

SUT 2022–2023. From left: Arian Pedersen, Karolina Le Idun Gabrielle Fougner-Økland, Torbjørn Haaland, Mitra Fagerli Rahman og Eirik Møller Kampen.

Do you want to join the Student Committee (SUT) or be a student representative on the NMH board for the academic year 2023/2023? Now you can register your candidacy. The deadline is 24 April 2023.

How to stand for election?

  • Fill out this form (inactive)

It is possible to stand for election to both the NMH board and SUT simultaneously, and you use the same form.

The deadline is 24 April 2022.

Below you can read about the posts in SUT and the university board.

The Student Committee (SUT)

SUT is the students at the Norwegian Academy of Music's voice in student matters, having a running dialogue with the academic and administrative management at the Academy. SUT also hosts social events for the students at the school. In addition, SUT controls the locker area, manages rehearsal rooms, is responsible for the social program during the start-up week and assists during the admission weeks.

We will elect a total of six representatives to SUT, of which three positions are paid, and three are not. Each representative must sit for one year, and the six elected candidates determine the positions internally after the election. Each newly elected SUT has great freedom to design their work tasks and structure, yet, the different roles have some typical areas of responsibility.

The positions in SUT

Student representatives in the Board

The Board is the Norwegian Academy of Music's highest-ranking committee. The Board has eleven members, and two of these are students. While the rest of the board members are elected for four years, the student representatives are elected for one year at a time. Two ordinary members and two deputies are to be elected, and there shall be one male and one female of both ordinary and deputy members. Being on the Board is an honoured position and involves

  • reading the meeting documents thoroughly before each meeting and doing the necessary research; that includes keeping a good dialogue with SUT and the student mass before and after the meetings
  • attend about four board meetings a year, plus several other meetings in addition
  • contribute with the student perspective at the meetings

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