University Executive Board
The University Executive Board is made up of the President and his Vice-Presidents, together with the Executive Vice-President.
The President heads the University Executive Board and has the authority to issue directives. Together with the other members of the University Executive Board, he determines their areas of responsibility and business. Each Vice-President and the Executive Vice-President make their own decisions within their own portfolio.
If there is a tie in collective decisions, the President shall have the casting vote.
The tasks of the University Executive Board include:
- adopting resolutions on the application for the federal state budget,
- adopting resolutions concerning allocation of resources and funding,
- reviewing university teaching posts that become vacant,
- consideration of gender equality issues,
- coordinating cooperation between governing bodies and university members,
- annual reports to the University Council and the Senate,
- issuing fee schedules.