Leadership of the Institution Council and Administrators at all Levels of the Institution
The highest decision-making body of the college is the Senate. The Senate decides on the annual budget plan, wealth management plan, institutional development plan, amendments in the curricula and the organizational regulations etc. The Senate’s members include the head of the church, the rector, elected full-time and part-time instructors, researchers working for the institution for more than one year as well as elected lecturers who worked for the college for at least three semesters beforehand. Other employees working for the college can also delegate members, in addition to the Student Council which has a maximal 20% of the seats.
The College Council is the preparatory and executive body of the Senate’s deliverances which also makes decisions in questions vested on it by the Senate. The College Council has 10 members. Besides the rector, who is the president of the council, the vice-rector for education is a regular member. The church is represented by three envoys, the departments and other employees by one-one. It constitutes the council’s principle task to oversee the observance of the rules laid down in the organizational regulations. Through this structure the staff and student participation in decision-making and management-related issues is secured. The presence of church representatives in both councils means that stakeholder interests are also always taken into consideration.
Nemzeti felsőoktatási ösztöndíjban azok az államilag támogatott (ösztöndíjas, részösztöndíjas) illetve költségtérítéses (önköltséges), teljes idejű (nappali tagozatos) alapképzésben, illetve mesterképzésben részt vevő hallgatók pályázhatnak, akik jelenlegi
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