The Rector, as the academic head of the University has the following functions:
- Officially represent the University to the authorities and to all public and private individuals.
- Judicial and administrative support to represent the University in all kinds of legal acts and transactions.
- Chairing the academic events in which the University participates.
- Leading the University’s academic policy.
- Directing the action of the rectoral team, coordinating functions and activities.
- Monitoring the implementation of the functions of the various organs of the University.
- Appoint the holders of academic and administrative charges in accordance with the provisions of the Statute.
- Hire, assign and appoint University professors and staff of Administration and Services as provided in the Bylaws.
- Concede teaching permits in cases provided for in the Bylaws.
- Exercise the role of Chief of Staff of the University in terms established in the Laws.
- Issue Titles, Diplomas and Certificates under the conditions that mark the law.
- Exercise of disciplinary power in respect of all members of the University Community as provided by the general statutes and rules.
- Exercise of disciplinary power in respect of all deriving directly from his post, and any other recognized in the Constitution or Laws or assigned to him by the University Senate or Council of Government and are not attributed to other organs.