The Faculty of Behavioural and Human Movement Sciences (FGB) stands for innovative and ambitious education and research. FGB's research and teaching makes it an active player in societal development.
The faculty has approximately 2,500 students and 900 employees. The academic staff consists of professors, lecturers, researchers and doctoral candidates, who operate under the various departments. The support staff and management operate under the Faculty Office. The faculty is run by the Faculty Board.
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Working for the Faculty of Behavioural and Human Movement Sciences means working within a broad institution for university education, research and services. At FGB, we learn from each other, we motivate one another and we always strive to move forward together.