The highest decision-making body in the University is the Board, which has 12 members. The Board decides, for example, on the central goals, strategy, and direction of the University’s operations and economy.
The University Collegium is a body with 24 members. It decides, for example, on the size of the Board and the duration of its term and the terms of its members. The Collegium also confirms the financial statements and the annual report.
The Rector is in charge of directing the operations of the university. Each of the three Vice Rectors is responsible for their own area: education, research or cooperation affairs.