University history and profile, organisation, governing bodies, regulations, management and administrative offices.
The University of Verona is dedicated to innovation and to maintaining the high quality of its teaching and research. The institution has 23,000 students, and 1,500 teaching and non-teaching staff all dedicated to a continual process of growth and to the development of human, structural and financial resources. The University is divided into 15 departments and the faculty of Medicine and Surgery, offering a total of 61 degree courses, 4 graduate schools, 29 master's courses, 42 specialisation schools and 34 masterclasses. The University has strong links to the local community and looks to the future through its constant strengthening of the link between courses offered and the world of work. In the immediate future, one of the University’s principle objectives is to continue with its building programme in order to create an improved and welcoming environment.
The Rector establishes the University's development policy in collaboration with the Academic Senate and the Board of Administration. He or she also presides over the creation of programmes under the direct supervision of the Administrative Director.
The Vice-Rector acts as assistant to the Rector and as substitute in the case of temporary absence or early retirement.
The Director General oversees the central administration of the University. In collaboration with the Rector, he or she puts into effect all planning decisions and ensures that all parts of the administration contribute to the correct and efficient running of the University.