The general management of the faculty is conducted by the Board of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. The Faculty Board consists of a dean, an associate dean of research and an associate dean of education.
|Dean||Prof. S. Vanhoonacker|
|Associate Dean of Education||Dr. J. Mesman|
|Associate Dean of Research||Prof. K. Patel|
|Advisors||Dr C. Streefland (managing director)|
|Ms L. Mollenhauer (student advisor)|
|Ms H. Spronck (deputy secretary)|
The Faculty Council is an elected council composed of ten members. Of these, four are representatives of the five departments, one is a representative of the support and administrative staff, and five represent the student body. The Faculty Council is a representation body consisting of representatives of the student population, the academic staff and the support and management staff. The council can advise the board, solicited or otherwise, on all faculty affairs and make its positions on educational affairs known.
|Academic personnel||Dr A Kluveld (chair), Dr L. Russo, Dr T. Sharon, Dr A. Supper|
|Support staff||Mr S. Vogel|
Mr P Denfeld, Ms E. Kessenich, Ms. S. da Ponte, Ms S. Schluderbacher, Mr N. Zerr
|Secretary||Ms H. Spronck|
- 5 departments
- 4 research programmes
- 1 graduate school
- 2 bachelor's programmes
- 8 master's programmes
- 2 research master's programmes
A department contributes to the preparation and implementation of teaching and research. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is made up out of five research departments:
The Office of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences supports both the primary tasks (i.e. education and research) and the administrative processes. The office is led by a managing director (Dr. C. Streefland).