School Board

The School Board acts as an interface between the school, the state and society, underpinning the school’s activities through the implementation of executive chores, optimization of decision processes and economic enhancement.

The focus of the Board’s work lies in advising the school’s executive and the central committees. This is comprised of draft approval and determination of the budget, decisions regarding development and facility plans, construction, changes to and abolishment of organizational units, establishment and abolishment of courses, decisions relating to the establishment and participation in organizations and the creation of overarching school centers.

Board activities take place in close correspondence and correlation with the school’s executive and the school’s Academic Council.

The School Board is comprised of:

  • the member of the Berlin Senate responsible for the universities,
  • the President of the school,
  • four external representatives from the areas of culture, economics and academia and
  • a professor of the school: