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University Council

The University Council

The members of the University Council represent the academic community. They constitute the highest democratically elected body within the governance of the university. Each Spring, twelve delegates are elected by the students from their midst. Staff designate twelve colleagues from among them every other year. The twenty-four members jointly appoint a chairperson - either or not from their midst, who duly represents the council - inter alia at the national consultation of university participation presidents (LOVUM), and academic ceremonies. The council is supported in its work by a registrar, and by the Office of the University. The Central Electoral Committee is in charge of holding the elections for the University Council.

Last modified:20 January 2017 5.27 p.m.