Vice-Rectorate Teaching, Continuing Education as well as Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
- Strategic planning, promotion and coordination of teaching and course offerings in collaboration with the Academic Affairs Directorate;
- Relations with the University of Teacher Education;
- Supervision of teacher training;
- Promotion and management of the University’s continuing education programme in its faculties, departments and institutes in collaboration with the Continuing Education Service;
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
Representing the Rectorate:
- Teaching Committee;
- Continuing Education Committee;
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee;
- Member of the Council of the Institute for Family Research and Advice;
- Committee of the Fribourg University of Teacher Education.
Representing the University:
- Quality Assurance Committee;
- Advisory Council for Secondary Teacher Education (BLB);
- Triangle Azur: VR4 - Western Switzerland Network of Vice-Rectors "Teaching";
- Swissuniversities: Network "Teaching".
The Vice-Rector Teaching, Continuing Education as well as Equality, Diversity and Inclusion presides over the following committees:
The Teaching Committee of the Rectorate supports the coordination of the University’s teaching activities and advises the Rectorate in the orientation of its teaching policy, especially in the area of university-level teaching methods and the application of new technologies.
The Advisory Council for Secondary Level Teacher Education is the body which advises and coordinates teacher education at the University for secondary levels I and II. It collaborates with all internal and external teacher education partners.
This service initiates, organises or supports the continuing education offerings of the faculties, departments and institutes and supports the Vice-Rectorate in the development of standards for continuing education at the University.
The Office promotes better gender equality within the framework of the federal programme and regional cooperation as well as in regard to quality assurance. Its work covers students and their fields of study, aspiring academics, the nomination of women and men to professorial positions as well as work-life balance.