University Administration

University Administration

The university's administration is headed by the President of the university, who also serves as the head of the institution, and is assisted by the Deputy Executive Vice President for Planning and Development, and two Vice Presidents. It comprises public authorities, such as the Board of Trustees and the Executive Board; academic authorities, such as the Supreme Academic Council and the University Senate, which are headed by the Rector; and various administrative units, headed by the Director General.

The university's main academic units comprise 6 faculties and 44 departments; and the central administrative units, which include the Academic Secretariat and the Student Administration, which deal with the variety of issues related to students and their studies.

Last modified: 15/03/2017