The Teaching and Scientific Council

is a professional body that comprises of the full professors, the associate professors, and the assistant professors. The assistants and the students have their representatives in the Council. On every ten members of the Council, there is one representative of the assistants, with a two-year mandate. The number of the representatives of the students is 10% of total number of members of the Council, and have a one-year mandate. The Council deals with issues such as passing rulebooks for proposing study programmes, programmes for scientific research work, election in academic titles, profiling and implementing student enrolment policy, analysis of the possibilities for international cooperation etc.

The Dean

is a governing body of the Faculty and represents the Faculty in the country and abroad. The election process is in accordance with the valid regulations at the time of election. The Dean’s responsibilities are related to the overall activities of the Faculty including the assets management as well as the lawfulness of the activities performed by the other members of the management body. The Vice Deans assist the Dean in the faculty’s operation and they are elected from the full professors, the associate professors and the assistant professors.

The Dean’s Office

is a direct successor of the Faculty Council and it consists of the Dean, the Vice Deans, the Chairs of the Departments, the Head of the second cycle studies and one full-time student elected from the Student Parliament. The Office is responsible for the activities and the development of the Faculty, namely to establish cooperation and close relations with the wider social community and the state authorities. In this context, its main responsibility is adoption of the acts for daily operation of the institution and that, naturally, imposes the need for active participation in their implementation.

The Centre for Scientific Research

Follows the path of the Section for Scientific Research established in 1978 to meet the need for organising the publishing and the research work. The work of the Centre can be segmented into two parts, individual and collective scientific research work. The individual work is most often achieved through publishing textbooks, collections and study aids, participation in debates, round tables, and panel discussions in the print and broadcast media. The collective research works concern the participation of the academic staff in preparation of various investment and other projects, reports, analyses, economic programmes of national and international nature. Particularly important is the issue of the Faculty’s own journal, the Yearbook, which is a great place to publish individual accomplishments in certain fields.