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General Assembly

The General Assembly determines the principles of the work of the DFG. Each DFG member organisation is represented by one delegate at the General Assembly. DFG member organisations can be universities and other institutions provided that they are research institutions of general importance. The DFG currently has 95 member organisations, 69 of which are higher education institutions. The General Assembly convenes once a year. Its other duties include:

  • Electing the President, the Vice Presidents and the members of the Senate
  • Confirming the appointment of the Secretary General through the Joint Committee
  • Deciding on whether to accept new member organisations
  • Receiving the annual report and the annual account from the Executive Board and approbating the Executive Board
  • Member Organisations of the DFG


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