Vice Chairman of Education chamber
Vice Chairman of Students chamber
Chamber of EducationMgA. Hynek Alt, M.F.A.
Mgr. Karel Císař, Ph.D.
MgA. Josef Čančík
Mgr. Lada Hubatová-Vacková, Ph.D.
MgA. Kristýna Fišerová
Mgr. David Kořínek
prof. akad. arch. Jiří Pelcl
MgA. Ondřej Tobola
prof. PhDr. et PaedDr. Jindřich Vybíral, CSc.
Chamber of StudentsVojtěch Domlátil
Paragraph 8, statute no. 111/1998 sb.
(1) The Academic Senate of the Academy of Art, Architecture, and Design in Prague is the institution's autonomous representative body. There are no less than eleven members in the Senate, of which at least a third, and at most a half, is made up of students. Members of the Academic Senate are elected from the institution's body politic, by members of that body. Elections are direct, and are conducted by secret ballot. AAAD internal regulations in particular decree the number of members of the Academic Senate and the reasons for their establishment and termination of membership in that body, as well as the possible incompatibility of membership in the Academic Senate with the exercise of other functions.
(2) Membership in the academic senate is not open to anyone who holds the position of Rector or Vice-rector.
(3) The term limit for individual members of the AAAD Academic Senate is at most three years. If a student who has been elected to the Academic Senate of AAAD is admitted to another degree program before his or her term in office has finished, the internal regulations of AAAD can establish conditions under which that membership may not cease. Membership in the Academic Senate expires if the body has not met the requirements detailed in paragraph 9 within a period of six months. In this case, the Rector will announce new elections within 30 days.
(4) Meetings of the AAAD Academic Senate are open to the public. The Rector and Vice-rector have the right to take the floor in the meetings whenever they request to do so. The Rector may also request the Chairman of the Academic Senate to forthwith call a special meeting of the senate.
Paragraph 9, statute no. 111/1998 sb.
The AAAD Academic Senate:
- 1. Makes decisions on proposals made by the Rector for the establishment, merger, amalgamation, division or cancellation of parts of AAAD, and also based on the agreement of bodies or persons appointed as heads of AAAD, decides on the establishment or cancellation of common workplaces in AAAD.
- 2. Approves proposals made by the Rector regarding the internal regulations of AAAD and their component parts.
- 3. Approves the budget presented by the Rector and supervises the use of AAAD funds.
- 4. Approves the annual activity report and annual report on the management of AAAD presented by the Rector.
- 5. Approves the evaluation of AAAD activities submitted by the Rector.
- 6. Approves the Rector's proposal for the appointment and dismissal of members of the Artistic Board of AAAD.
- 7. Approves the conditions for admission to study in programs that do not take place in the school.
- 8. Decides by majority on proposals on the naming of the Rector, and if necessary, proposes his resignation.
- 9. Approves the long-term objectives of the educational, scientific, research, development, artistic or other creative activities of AAAD, which are updated annually, based on decisions taken by the Artistic Board.
- 10. Acts on the Rector's proposal to abolish internal regulations, decisions or other acts of authority within AAAD, if said internal regulation, decision or act is contrary to the other exceptional or internal regulations of AAAD.
(2) The Academic Senate of Applied Arts in particular expresses:
- 1. Proposals for courses, which do not take place in the faculties.
- 2. The intention to appoint or dismiss the Rector or Vice-rector.
- 3. Legal actions, which require approval of the Board of Directors under section 15, paragraph 1 points. a) to d).
- 4. Initiatives and opinions of the Board of Directors of AAAD under section 15, paragraph 3.
(3) The Academic Senate of AAAD acts by secret ballot on all proposals, in particular under paragraph 1. h). The proposal for appointment of the Rector is accepted on the condition that the candidate is voted for by the absolute majority of the Academic Senate. A proposal for the dismissal of the Rector is accepted if at least three fifths of all members of the Academic Senate support the motion.