Pro-rector in charge of educational work

  • Regulates the actions of the departments which make it easy to elaborate curricula, syllabi and educational modules, as well as secures their successful implementation.
  • Makes schedules for the working staff, supervises the organizational procedures of course works and diploma theses, and the elaboration of education-related methods.
  • Encourages and boosts the implementation of new methods that will lead to establish new teaching and learning environment to meet international educational standards. 

Pro-rector in charge of academic work

  • Regulates the action plan of all university departments and supervises their activities.
  • Carries out scientific research on science and teaching methods and publishes them.
  • Elaborates and applies methods to expand and improve students’ individual works.
  • Provides necessary conditions for productive and creative work.
The activities of the prorector in charge of academic work are targeted at individualized teaching. This requires individual approach to students. Another target is to offer alternative courses, to encourage students to produce individual creative works, to organize seminars and workshops, to create an environment where students can put their theoretical knowledge into practice, to encourage students to compete with each other in the belief that competition is an impetus for advancement, to emphasize the importance of critical and analytical thinking and students’ participation in discussions. Pro-rector in charge of academic work is also responsible for phonetic-training and computer laboratories, libraries, reading-rooms, editing room to edit newspapers, and training of the personnel.

Pro-rector in charge of administrative-economic work
regulates university economic affairs, manages boiler-room work, those related to repairing, guarding and security issues. He also regulates food, telephone network, and other administrative-economic issues.

The adopted policy of the university, its mission and goals conform to higher educational system, to the university rules as well as to the requirements and rules established by legislative bodies.
The university gives general and specialized education whose long-term goals are the following

  • Prepare highly qualified professionals through effective management of educational resources.
  • Provide opportunities to acquire necessary knowledge and skills to be competent in the fast developing and fast changing market economy