Governing Council

The Governing Council is the highest governing body of the University. It has seven members. Six members of the Governing Council of the University are appointed by the Founder, and one member is appointed by the Senate. Final appointment of members of the Governing Council is conducted upon Founder’s decision. Their term of office is four years. The Rector and Vice-Rectors and members of the Senate of the University may not be members of the Governing Council of the University.

The Governing Council performs the tasks determined by the Law, the Founding Act and the Statute.

After the expiry of the term of office, a member of the Governing Council, elected by the Senate, may be re-appointed, and the members of the Governing Council, elected by the Founder, may be appointed for an unlimited number of terms.

Detail procedure of appointment, dismissal of members of the Governing Council, their authority and operation is regulated by the Statute of the University (Articles 40-44), while the Rules of Procedure of the Governing Council regulates the method of work of the Governing Council.