The administration of Frederick University aims to provide efficient support to the University’s operations and to facilitate the work of students, academic and administrative personnel. This is achieved through the operation of the University’s eight central services, which report to the Director of Administration and Finance who is appointed by the University Council. An organisational chart outline the administrative structure of Frederick is provided below:
An overview of the function of each service is provided below
Studies and Student Welfare Service
The Studies and Student Welfare Service is responsible for contributing to the development of a proper academic environment that promotes learning, academic success and social inclusion of the university's students.
Frederick University’s Research Service is responsible for the promotion, organization and support of the University’s research activities and is in close collaboration with the Research Committee, the Liaison Office and the Financial Service. More specifically the Research Service’s core responsibility is to support researchers and academic personnel of the University to apply, participate and carry out high quality research according to the University’s Research Policies.
Frederick University maintains two Libraries, one in Nicosia and one in Limassol. These Libraries are linked through the Internet and all printed and electronic material held by both is accessible to all Frederick University students. Both libraries are fast growing with a substantial collection of books, academic journals and general interest periodicals as well as a wealth of electronic and digital material.
International and Public Relations Service
The International and Public Relations Service of the University is responsible for organising and promoting all University’s activities, issuing publications concerning the University, promoting liaisons with other Universities and Organisations and controlling and updating the University’s website.
Computing and Information Systems Service
The Computing and Information Systems Service is responsible for the efficient and effective administration of information and computing services to all the University's personnel (academic/administrative) and students. It is organized according to the University’s organizational structure thus providing support to the Faculties, Schools, research institutes and central administration needs.
The University’s Technical Services are responsible to organise and implement a maintenance program, to provide the required safety and to preserve a clean and healthy environment for is students, personnel and visitors.
The Finance Service provides a wide range of services including the overall responsibility of the financial administration and management of the University, and its main aim is to provide information and process financial data accurately and promptly. In order to achieve its goal it is responsible for the Implementation of all Financial Activities, according to the Universities Rules and Regulations.
Studies and Student Welfare Service
The Studies and Student Welfare Service is responsible for contributing to the development of a proper academic environment that promotes learning, academic success and social inclusion of the university's students. The Service includes the following Offices: Studies Office, Admissions Office, Careers Office, International Students Office, Student Ombudsman and Protection of Health Office.
Administration and Human Resources Service
The Administration and Human Resources Service is responsible for ensuring that all administrative operations in the university are performed according to its Rules and Regulations. The other key function of the service is to manage all (administrative and academic) human resources of the organization. Human Resources are responsible for providing advice and guidance on organizational development, recruitment and promotion of staff, payroll and pensions, and staff health and welfare.