CoRep

Council of Representatives (CoRep)

All the powers of the AESOP rest within the Council of Representatives which is a body elected by Full Members. Among other functions, it defines the policies and programmes of the Association and elects the Officials of AESOP.

The CoRep is composed by the National Representatives, the Officials and up to three additional persons designated by the President.
If a country has one Full Member, its delegate shall represent member schools of that country. If a country has two Full Members, both their delegates shall represent member schools of that country. If a country has more than two Full Members, all Full Members of that country shall elect two representatives of member schools of that country. The Secretary General shall be responsible for the general oversight of this process.

CoRep meets twice a year. Usually CoRep meetings take place in comcomitance with AESOP Heads of Schools meeting in spring and during AESOP annual congress in July.

The Council is a vital ressource for AESOP, where support has often been seeked – and found – for various activities. Furthermore, it is a main contact chanel between AESOP and its members: do not hesitate to contact your national representative if you have any questions.

Full list of Council of Representatives Members 2014-2016 is available here.

Full list of Council of Representatives Members, including National Representatives 2016-2018 is displayed below.

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Country representatives

Albania

  • Mr. Besnik Aliaj
    Polis University, International School of Architecture and Urban Development Policies
    Representative

Austria

Belgium

Bulgaria

Czech Republic

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Ireland

Italy

Kosovo

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russia

Serbia

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

United Kingdom

Missing National Representatives and their Substitutes 2016-2018:

DENMARK
To be appointed: Representative (1), Substitute (1) representing Aarhus School of Architecture

NORWAY
To be elected: 2 Substitutes

SWITZERLAND

To be appointed: Substitute (1) representing ETH Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
To be appointed: Substitute (1) representing University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil


National Representatives 2016-2018 not registered in AESOP website:
Sotir Dhamo (ALBANIA), Substitute