Berlin University Act
The Berlin University Act is one of the most important regulations according to which the General Students’ Committee acts. It defines how universities and colleges in Berlin should operate. It determines which rules apply to the organization of the universities, how professors are selected, how degree courses are designed and how examinations are conducted.
The aim is to ensure that the universities work well and offer students a good education. For example, it defines the organization of the semester ticket or the amount of the university’s administrative fee for each semester. It also describes what rights students have and how they can have a say in certain matters. It therefore regulates the student parliament and the general student committee.
You can read the BerlHG here.