This section explains how the Department of European, American and Intercultural Studies (SEAI) is governed.
To fulfill its institutional remit, the Department has organizational and administrative autonomy.
The Department governing bodies are comprised of the Department Council, the Head of Department and the Department Committee.
The Head of Department, elected by the Council every three years, is the legal representative of the Department and guarantees its cultural autonomy and cohesion. The Head of Department is head of the Council and Committee and oversees the technical and administrative staff.
The Administrative Secretary (RAD) coordinates all administrative and accounting activities, and oversees the Department’s administrative office.
The Council is made up of professors and research workers, the Administrative Secretary as well as representatives for both technical-administrative staff and students.
The Committee is made up of the Head of Department, the Administrative Secretary and eight members elected among the members of the Council.