Student Representatives

What is a Student Representative?

•The student representation was established during the Annual Conference 2018 in Bogotá, Colombia. Student Representatives are important to fulfill CEA’s ideal of student-centered learning and action. This also guarantees a rather decentral organization of the CEA.

•Students have the chance to engage in a dynamic, mission-driven, and international team consisting of students, faculty and administrative staff from the 8 campuses. We promote democratic structures and provide the possibility to shape the
development and progress of the organization. You can connect and inspire students internationally to build a better future for education.

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Hi, I am Martin Couffignal and I am one of the student representative from Roskilde University. I study Global Humanities and I always gave an significant place to International Cooperation in my life all along my academical cursus. I love traveling and discovering new cultures and later, I would like to work for European Political Organisations. I am interested in Arts and Literature as much as I like languages and geopolitics. For me, the CEA is a place where great Universities, with a brand new vision of the world, can work alongside each other to make the world better for everyone and then have the duty to pass it on.
I am really grateful for Roskilde University to give me this opportunity to play a role in this change, especially with the current situation and the need of a global and mutual aid. 👍

Hello, I'm Sarah Brady (she/her). I am a student at the Evergreen State College in Washington State, USA. I am pursuing a Masters in Environmental Studies and I hope to work on issues relating to climate change, environmental justice, and transitioning as communities to a green economy in a way that honors the voices of those hit first and worst by the climate crisis. I am very interested in social movements as well.
It's exciting to be a part of CEA to be able to connect with students across the world and learn from each other.


Hi, I am Gaëtan Chevreau (he/his). I am a PhD student at Paris 8 University. My field of research is psychology and I work on the cognitive health of the homeless population in Paris. I am a student representative for my university in the CEA since Paris 8 joined the Alliance. For me this is a great opportunity to share experience with people from many different backgrounds and cultures. I am very curious of understanding the world around me and of discovering what it means to be a student at the other side of the world.


Hi, I am Carmen Bulac (she/her), a Bachelor student at Roskilde University. I am in my final semester in International Studies and Cultural Encounters with a focus on gender studies and decoloniality. I am interested in making space for those who are excluded or invisible in society. I went on a CEA exchange semester at Al Akhawayn University in Morocco and it was the best part of my studies. I believe engaging with students and professors from other universities around the world can be very insightful, especially for students in international programs. To me, CEA represents the opportunity to have these global discussions.


Hi, I am Racha Bai-iche. I am a bachelor student at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane (Morocco), and now an exchange student at Roskilde Universitet (Denmark). I study business administration: finance and international business. And I am interested in many other things ranging from philosophy to world politics to environmental issues. I also love biking, traveling, volunteering, and cooking.

I think of CEA as an impressive alliance, and the 8 member universities even more so. I am thus hoping to revivify it in my home university, as its representative, the best way I can.

With the book club, I hope to meet new people, make new friends, read more together and share as well as gain new knowledge.