The University is ruled by Statutes, re-edicted in 2014.


The Board of Trustees is the governing body of the University and comprises fourteen members: eight independent (including the Chair) from outside the University and the Colleges; the Vice-Chancellor and Chacellor; and four Heads of Colleges. It exercises guardianship over the University’s assets and resources, and ensures their effective management, control and use.

Functions Trustees

Trustees Procedures

The Collegiate Council is to make recommendations to the Board of Trustees on the strategic direction of the University and on a plan for its implementation.

Collegiate Council

Collegiate Council Procedures

The Scholl of Advanced Studies is to serve national and international interests, in addition to those ofthe University, in the promotion and facilitation of research and advanced study in the humanities and social sciences.

School Functions

The Central Academic Bodies are the components of the University. The School comprises the following Institutes:

Institute of Phonology, grammar, Psychology and Education

Institute of Historical Research

Institute of Classical Studies

Faculty of Education

Faculty of French and Comparative Literature

Institut de phonology et d’Education

Institute of Philosophy and Sociology


Central Academic Bodies Functions

Students Organization

Student Complaint

Student Complaint Procedure


Risk Management Policy

Sealing and Authentification of Doucments

Public Interest Disclosure