We are running in the elections for the student parliament!

Why the Volt University Group?

We, the Volt University Group Düsseldorf, stand for progressive, pragmatic and pan-european politics. We actively fight for a campus without racism, sexism and discrimination of any kind.

Our Priorities:

Diversity and Internationality

We stand for a diverse, inclusive and international campus.

  • Inclusive and gender-neutral language, especially in public communication

Digitalisation and Communication

The Corona crisis has shown us more than ever how important digitalisation is.
Particulary important to us:

  • digital alternatives for holding committee meetings

  • establishment of a European digital library network


Sustainability must be thought holistically in all areas of life.

  • more vegetarian and vegan meals in cafeterias and bistros with environmentally friendly packaging alternatives

  • bilateral extension of the range of the semester ticket to the Netherlands

Personal Well-Being and Student Life

  • deregistration for exams up to 3 days before the exam

  • free provision of menstrual products in the toilets

Excellenz and the Future of the University

  • special didactic training for lecturers

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Here you can read our whole program for the elections!


Write to us at: volt.hsg.duesseldorf@outlook.de

You want to join us?

We meet every 2nd Wednesday at 8pm (online) (Link in our WhatsApp-Group or upon request)!

If you want more information join our WhatsApp group or write us on our Social Media channels!

Who are we?

We are pragmatic.

We do not follow any specific ideology but try to make efficient decisions based on approaches which were already successful elsewhere.

We are paneuropean.

Intercultural and scientific exchange plays an important role in university life. Through our unique network with other Volt university groups it is possible to overcome national boundaries and thereby apply the best-practice-principle most efficiently.

We are progressive.

We see change as a chance which has to be met with open and solution-oriented approaches. Therefore we are open to the changes of our social and universitary environments. Nevertheless racism, sexism and other forms of discrimination are still present problems at universities. We stand for personal freedom and full acceptance of the personal definition of every human being and for a diverse and inclusive university.

Our Current Board:

1st Chair: Magdalena Kuom, 20, Medical physics

Mail: magdalena.kuom@volteuropa.org

2nd Chair: Moritz Weißenborn, 22, PPE

Mail: moritz.weissenborn@volteuropa.org

  • Advisory Board: Robin Solinus, 21, Physik

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