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Administrative Structure

Faculty Meeting

The Faculty of Education is divided into a Teacher Training Department and a Department of Graduate Studies. The Faculty Meeting is the Faculty's highest authority and it convenes monthly. It is attended by Adjunct Professors, Assistant Professors, Associate Professors and Professors who fulfil at least 50% of their required teaching within the Faculty, and one student representative.

The Curriculum Committee

Within the Faculty of Education there is a Curriculum Committee which submits curriculum proposals to the Faculty Meeting. The Committee is composed of three fully tenured teachers who are elected at the Faculty Meeting for a two-year period. The Committee assigns roles to its members at the first meeting of each academic year. Heads of Departments work with the Committee, mandated by the Head of Faculty.

Credit-transfer Committee

The Credit-transfer Committee of the Faculty of Education deals with requests from students regarding the transfer of credits from their earlier studies, and with requests regarding visiting and exchange studies. The Committee is composed of at least three representatives of Faculty members, who are elected at the Faculty Meeting for a two-year period, and one student representative. The Committee assigns roles to its members and convenes according to need. Matters for the Council should be submitted in accordance with its rules. For further information, see the Faculty website; Faculty Regulations.

Matters referred to Faculty Administration

Matters for the administrative units of the Faculty should be submitted to the School Office, or to the respective person in charge, at least one week prior to the meeting they are intended for. All letters should be dated, signed and accompanied by all necessary supplementary documents.

The University website, under School of Humanities and Social Sciences » Faculty of Education, contains information which all students should be aware of, for example, on special rules and resolutions (for example, regarding class attendance and the handing in of assignments), rules regarding transfer credits and visiting and exchange studies in Iceland and abroad, instructions for final theses, and more. See also School of Humanities and Social Sciences » Administration. 

Schools & Faculties

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University of Akureyri

Solborg, Nordurslod         600 Akureyri, Iceland         unak@unak.is         S. + 354 460 8000 / f: +354 460 8999

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