University Governance

The main governing bodies of the University are the Governing Council and the Senate. The Governing Council has overall strategic responsibility for the effective institutional function of the University.

The University Senate is the highest academic body of the University. It is chaired by the Rector of the University, who is the main management authority of the University. The Rector is the main academic and administrative head and is responsible for the effective and correct work in the University as well as for managing it according to the policy determined by the Governing Council. The Rector is supported by the Vice-Rectors and the Secretary-General of the University. The Vice-Rectors’ duties are assigned by the Rector in accordance with the provisions of the UP statute.

The University’s Secretary-General is the highest executive and administrative official of the University. He is responsible to the Rector about the efficient, economic and effective administration at all University levels.