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Executive Director:​

The highest-ranking official responsible for the overall leadership and administration of the university.


The rector serves as a visionary leader, guiding the university towards its goals and aspirations. It takes innovation, foresight, and the courage to explore new horizons in education.


Individuals who assist the president in various areas, such as student affairs, academic affairs, administration, finance, and research.


Heads of academic units, usually organized by colleges or faculties. Deans oversee the academic programs within their respective units.


Academic departments or schools focused on specific disciplines or fields of study.


Professors, lecturers, and researchers who teach and conduct research within their respective academic departments.

Registrar's Office:

Responsible for student records, enrollment, and academic policies.

Finance and Administration:

Manages the financial aspects of the university, including budgeting, payroll, and facilities.

Human Resources:

Handles personnel matters, including hiring, benefits, and employee relations.

Student Affairs:

Provides support services for students, including counseling, career services, and extracurricular activities.

International Office:

Facilitates international collaborations, student exchange programs, and supports international students.

Library Services:

Manages the university library and provides resources for research and study.

Information Technology (IT) Services:

Manages the university's technology infrastructure and provides support for computer services.

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