The Internal Regulations of the Faculty reflect the organization of the faculty and therefore formalizes the structure of the centre and some of the operating procedures that must be used to improve coexistence and encourage the provision of good service, teaching and research quality.
|CORNADÓ TEIXIDÓ, Maria-Pau||Dean||0.07||973 email@example.com|
|AGUILAR CAMAÑO, David||Vice Dean / Head of Ed. Studies Primary and Children||0.05||973 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|BLANCH PLANA, Àngel||Academic Secretary||0.06||973 email@example.com|
|CLARÀ GARANGOU, Marc||Vice Dean / Head of Psychology||0.04||973 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|ROS MORENTE, Agnès||Internationalization Vice Dean||0.03||973 email@example.com|
|SILVA GARCÍA, Blanca Patrícia||Vice Dean / Head of Ed. Studies Social and Social Work||0.09||973 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Academic secretary acadèmica||0.06||973 email@example.com|
|Secretary of the dean||0.08||973 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Hours: by appointment by email
The Faculty Board is the collegiate body of representation and ordinary government of the faculty. It consists of 115 members divided up according to the following scheme:
- Administration and services staff: 11 members
- Students: 32 members
- Teaching staff: 72 members
- 62 full-time members
- 56 members belonging to the academic staff of the university faculty
- 6 members who belong to other academic staff
- 10 part-time members who belong to other academic staff
- 62 full-time members
Graduate Studies Committee
The Graduate Studies Committee is a collegiate governing body that functions by delegation of the Faculty Board, which is composed of members of the Dean’s Department, and coordinates different degrees and different collective representation groups at the centre. The functions of the Graduate Studies Committee are, among others, approve the draft of possible new curricula or teaching plans or modifications already made, approve internal rules of the faculty’s operation, ensure the quality and good use of resources, services and facilities of the centre, study the need for educational resources to ensure a smooth running of the teaching and ensure compliance with regulations of the UdL regarding the evaluation and qualification of the students.
Postgraduate Studies Committee
The Postgraduate Studies Committee is the body that facilitates the organization and coordination of Official Postgraduate Studies and is comprised of a representation of the Dean’s Department, the coordination of each master’s, the coordination of the doctorate program and a representation of different groups from the centre. Its functions, among others, are ensure the proper planning of various postgraduate studies, evaluate the different reports for assessing the quality of each program, ensure the correct application of the criteria for admission to the various research lines of the doctoral program, approve the participation of the teaching staff in the master’s and ensure compliance with the agreements of the Official Master’s Degree studies Committee of the UdL.