ETUGEN'S LEADERSHIP

Etugen's leadership is responsible for the strategic vision for the University. President Batsereedene Byambaa leads Etugen, and is the 3rd President of the University. President Batsereedene is the Medical Science Professor in Etugen's School of Medical Sciences.


The Office of the Provost, led by Provost Idersaikhan Nyamzagd, fosters collaboration across the University and manages changes in policies and practices that affect the academic life of the university as a whole. The Schools are led by officers and deans, who are responsible for Etugen's academic programs and curricula.


By charter, Etugen has two governing boards-the President and Fellows of Etugen College (also known as the Education Board) and the Board of Management.

The basic architecture of the two-board system is defined by the University's charter, which is reflected in a series of policies in local and international educational system. Through their complementary efforts, the two boards perform the essential roles ordinarily associated with a board of trustees, while helping to shape the University's agenda, inquiring into the quality and progress of its activities, and assuring that Etugen remains true to its mission.

Established in 2002, the Education Board exercises fiduciary responsibility with regard to the University's academic, financial, and physical resources and overall well-being. It consists of the President, the Treasurer, and other members known as Fellows. The Education Board consists of eighteen members.

The Education Board engages with both questions of long-range strategy, policy, and planning as well as transactional matters of unusual consequence. It serves as a confidential sounding board for the President on matters of importance; meets with deans, vice president, and others from time to time to discuss a wide array of programs and plans and is responsible for approving the University's budgets, major capital projects, endowment spending, tuition charges, and other matters.

The Board of Management is the larger of the two boards, comprising six elected members as well as the President and the Treasurer of the University.

Members are elected by Etugen graduates and by Education Board members and University officers. Drawing on the wide-ranging experience and expertise of its members, the Board exerts broad influence over the University's strategic directions, provides counsel to the University leadership on priorities and plans, and has the power of consent to certain actions of the Education Board. The Board's chief functions include superintendence of the visitation process, the principal mechanism for periodic external review of the quality and direction of the University's schools, departments, and selected other programs and activities. The Board carries out this responsibility largely.The Management Board would meet if urgent issues raised, beside their scheduled meetings.
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