Faculty Council

The Faculty Council is the highest administrative body and determines, within the centrally established general policy lines and the decree norms, the policy of the faculty in the areas of education, research, and service. For example, it advises the university administration on the establishment of education regulations and training programmes and makes its own decisions on the appointment of lecturers, the composition of the examination board, and much more.

The council consists of a number of professors andΒ a representation of the assistants, the administrative and technical staff, and the students.

Faculty Office

The Faculty Office is responsible for the day-to-day management and consists of at least the dean, the vice dean and the academic secretary.