Council of Deans
The Council of Deans advises the Rectorate and the University Councilon matters of research, art, teaching, and study which concern the whole university and the central facilities and which are of fundamental importance.
It also serves to inform the faculties and provides for the interaction between the faculties and the central level as well as among the faculties themselves. In addition, the Council of Deans supports the faculties in the coordination of their tasks.
The Council of Deans consists of the Deans of the faculties I-XX. The Council convenes twice a semester. An integral part of any Council meeting is the Rectorate’s report and the exchange with the administration.