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Administration

The Administration of the College incorporates, along with the different Departments responsible for the smooth and effective functioning, the following bodies:

Board of Governors

The board is responsible for defining the role and mission of the College and, thereby, setting the strategic goals for the College to achieve. The board of governors has responsibility for fiduciary oversight and institutional performance. All of its decisions and policies are made in the best interest of the College.

The Board of Governors consists of the following members:

  • The shareholders with a specific percentage of ownership
  • The Executive Director

The College Advisory Council

The College Advisory Council is comprised of alumni, academic leaders, and business leaders who provide a high level of voluntary service to the College.

The Council's primary role is to help shape the strategic direction of the College.

The mission of the Council is to support and promote the College in its Programmes and activities. The members of the Council based on their deep care and concern for the College, provide support and guidance to the Directors and the Dean in carrying out their mission to provide and maintain high quality education.

The College Council

The College Council is an advisory body of the College and is dedicated to representing the needs and interests of its students, serving as peer academic advisors, strengthening college identity, fostering faculty-student relations, and connecting with alumni.

The College Council consists of the following members:

  • One representative of the Board of Governors
  • The Executive Director
  • The Administration and Finance Director
  • The Academic Dean
  • Two Heads of Fields of studies
  • Two members of the Faculty staff
  • Two members of the Students' Union
  • One member of the Administrative staff

Administrative Committee

The Administrative Committee deals with all administrative matters with regard to the smooth and efficient functioning of the College.

The Committee plays a vital role in the College community and the decisions it takes  affect the faculty, staff and students.  All major decisions concerning finance and administrative issues are reviewed by the Committee.

The Committee is comprised of the following members:

  • The Executive Director
  • The Administration & Finance Director
  • The Academic Dean
  • Two Heads of Fields of Study
  • One member of the Faculty staff
  • One member of the Students' Union
  • Two members of the Administrative staff

Academic Committee

The purpose of the Academic Committee is to oversee the academic affairs, review and make recommendations to the Board of Governors about academic Programmes, academic quality and competiveness of the Programmes of study.

The Committee ensures that the College has the policies and capabilities to realize the College mission and deliver high quality education and support to our students.

The Committee has the resources and authority necessary to discharge its duties and responsibilities.

The Committee is comprised of the following members:

  • The Academic Dean
  • Two Programme Coordinators
  • The Heads of the Fields of study
  • One member of the Faculty staff
  • One member of the Students' Union

Disciplinary Committee

The purpose of the Disciplinary Committee is to oversee the smooth running of the College and compliance with the rules and regulations.

The Committee is comprised of the following members:

  • The Academic Dean
  • Heads of Fields of studies
  • Two members of the Faculty staff
  • Two members of the Students' Union

Quality Assurance Committee

The Quality Assurance Committee is responsible for the academic and administrative quality assurance framework of the College. The Committee acts as a planning forum for the discussion and promotion of developments in academic and administrative quality assurance.

The Committee is comprised of the following members:

  • The Academic Dean
  • The Administration & Finance Director
  • Three members of the Faculty with important scientific work and extensive academic experience
  • One member qualified in Quality Assurance
  • Two members of the Students' Union (an undergraduate and a postgraduate Student)

Research Committee

The Research Committee aims to support the College in research.  Its strategic role is to shape research policy and activities in the College.  The Committee and its members have the responsibility of promoting research in the academic community and industry.

The Committee is comprised of the following members:

  • The Head of Research & Development
  • The Executive Director
  • The Administration and Finance Director
  • The Academic Dean
  • Faculty members with a recognized background in research and extensive academic experience.

Health & Safety Committee

The Committee aims to develop and carry out measures to improve the health and safety of staff and students using the College premises and to assist in developing health and safety standards, rules and procedures.

The Committee is comprised of the following members:

  • The Administration & Finance Director
  • The Academic Dean
  • Two members of the Administrative staff
  • Two  members of the Faculty staff
  • One member of the Students' Union

Erasmus+ Committee

The Erasmus+ Committee aims to design a strategy for the Ctl Eurocollege and its Erasmus+ programme. The committee evaluates the progress of the programme and makes suggestions to management.

The Committee is comprised of the following members:

  • The Erasmus+ Coordinator
  • The Administration & Finance Director
  • The Academic Dean
  • One member of the Faculty Staff
  • One member of the Administrative staff

The everyday functioning and running of the College is based on the following organization chart.