The University’s Scientific Council comprises prominent representatives of the fields of science pursued and taught at the University. The Council discusses the University’s long-term plans and makes statements on topical issues presented by the Rector.
The Bursar is in charge of the University’s management and internal administration.
The Faculty’s Academic Senate is a self-governing body elected by members of the Faculty’s academic community. It approves the Faculty’s internal policies, terms and conditions of admission procedures, and the distribution of funds within the Faculty; it also elects and recalls the Dean. It has 28 members with an equal representation of students and employees of all Sections of the Faculty.
The Dean leads the Faculty and acts and makes decisions on its behalf. The Dean is appointed by the Rector, further to a proposal from the Faculty’s Academic Senate. Vice-Deans substitute the Dean for certain duties (e.g., Section Vice-Deans, Vice-Dean for Education, etc.).
The Faculty’s Scientific Council comprises prominent representatives of the fields in which the Faculty pursues scientific and educational activities. It discusses the Faculty’s long-term plans and approves the programmes of study taught by the Faculty.
The Secretary is in charge of the Faculty’s management and internal administration.
The Board of Trustees reviews the school’s activity, primarily in terms of economy and property.
Note: This text describes the situation at Charles University/Faculty of Science. The situation in other Faculties/Universities may differ with respect to certain details (number of members of various bodies, etc.).
Organisational structure of FSc: natur.cuni.cz/eng/about-the-faculty/organizational-structure