Who we are, what we do - and why you should parti­ci­pa­te.

The Student Repre­sen­ta­ti­ves of Physics and Meteo­ro­lo­gy are the elected repre­sen­ta­ti­ves of the students of our facul­ty. What does that mean? We are part of the commit­tees that offici­al­ly organi­ze the studies. We organi­se events to bring the students together. We support third-party projec­ts finan­ci­al­ly. We help students with problems during their studies. And we would be happy if you would like to become part of this exciting work.

Campus Augus­tus­platz Foto: Swen Reich­hold / Univer­si­tät Leipzig


The Saxon Law on Univer­si­ty “Freedom“ stipu­la­tes that students may parti­ci­pa­te democra­ti­cal­ly in the organi­sa­tio­nal proces­ses of their univer­si­ty. In concre­te terms, this means that members of FaRaPhy parti­ci­pa­te and vote in univer­si­ty and facul­ty commit­tees.


In order to contri­bu­te to a varied student life at the facul­ty and the univer­si­ty, we also organi­ze various events every year.


Whether it’s student advice or problems with profes­sors or exams, you can come to us with any questi­on. We are all students like you and know our facul­ty very well.

Our Partners


All students are allowed to discuss in meetings, help at events and parti­ci­pa­te in decisi­ons in commit­tees. So if you are new to the facul­ty or have ideas for a better study, you should come by.