The Executive Council
The Executive Council is the highest collective executive body of PSRP performing all tasks not reserved for the competence of other PSRP bodies.
Within the office of the Students’ Parliament of the Republic of Poland, four areas were distinguished, within which responsible persons were appointed:
The representatives are appointed and dismissed by the Executive Council in the form of a resolution specifying at the same time the scope of competence for a given function.
(Warszawski Uniwersytet Medyczny)
(Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach)
(Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego
im. Bronisława Czecha w Krakowie)
(Uniwersytet Medyczny w Białymstoku)
im. Ignacego Łukasiewicza)
(Uniwersytet WSB Merito w Poznaniu)
(Akademia Nauk Stosowanych
im. Hipolita Cegielskiego w Gnieźnie)
(Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach)
(Uczelnia Łazarskiego w Warszawie)
Aleksandra Zmuda Trzebiatowska
The institution of the Student Ombudsman operates as part of the Students’ Parliament of the Republic of Poland. It intervenes in cases of violations of students’ rights at universities and many preventive activities to increase awareness of students’ rights and qualifications.
The Ombudsman for Student Rights is Mateusz Kuliński (a graduate of Lazarski University).
If you need help or advice, you can contact the Ombudsman through the Office of the Student Ombudsman: helpdesk.psrp.org.pl
The Ombudsman responds within 7 working days. If you describe the situation in detail and attach scans of documents, it will certainly facilitate a faster consideration of the case.
(University of Wroclaw)
(WSB Merito University in Gdansk)
(WIT University in Warsaw)
(Poznań University of Economics)
Fragment of the PSRP Statute from 2018 regarding the Congress
CHAPTER 1 – CONVENTION OF DELEGATES
1. The highest body of the Parliament is the Congress of Delegates, hereinafter referred to as “the Convention”.
2. The Congress is a legislative body.
1. The Convention adopts resolutions by a simple majority of votes, unless the Statute or Regulations of the Convention provide otherwise.
2. A session is considered valid if delegates from at least 60 universities are registered.
3. The Congress adopts resolutions in the presence of at least 50% of the registered delegates holding at least 50% of the total number of votes registered at a given session of the Congress.
4. A registered delegate is a person whose application has been received and approved by the President of the Congress and placed on the list
referred to in §61 sec. 7.
5. If the quorum is lost during the session of the Convention, the Presidium of the Convention suspends the session and sets the date of resumption for a day not later than 14 days from the beginning of the suspended session of the Convention.
Detailed rules for holding sessions and meetings of the Convention are set out in the provisions of Title I Section V and Title II of the Statute, as well as the Regulations of the Convention adopted by the Convention.