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Draft Law "Changing Composition Commissions Cooperation, Prices, P SAN MARINO We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino Having regard to Article 4 of the Constitutional Law no.185 / 2005 and Article 6 of Qualified Law no. 186/2005; We promulgate and publish the following ordinary law approved by the Great and General Council at its meeting on April 16, 2014: LAW 25 April 2014 67 FRAMEWORK LAW ON EDUCATION REFORM UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY TITLE I - PURPOSE Art.1 (Constitution) 1. in implementation of the principles laid down in Article 6 of the "Declaration of the rights of Citizens and Fundamental principles of San Marino legal order" (Law 59 of July 8, 1974 and subsequent amendments and additions) and under Article 62, Annex a of Law 188 of 5 December 2011, has reformed the institutional and organizational structure of the University of the Republic of San Marino Studies, hereinafter referred to as "University", in order to rationalize the structure and the organization and to ensure the functionality and cost management. It ensured the continuity of all the legal relationships of the University on the basis of existing rules, provided they are not inconsistent with this Act. 2. The University is established as a public system and independent higher education with research tasks and training. 3. The University works in line with the objectives agreed with the Secretary of State with responsibility University. Article 2 (Purpose) 1. The University promotes the progress of science and the development of organizing the research culture and study at the highest levels. In particular it shall: organizes the educational and research activities in relation to social, professional, productive, with particular attention to those existing in the Republic of San Marino; b) promote the dissemination of scientific culture; c) provide scientific and technical advice to the highest levels of qualification; d) participates in international scientific and cultural cooperation; e) it promotes the direct application, enhancement and use of knowledge to contribute to the social, cultural and economic development of the territory. Article 3 (Principles) 1. The University is a public body with organizational autonomy, teaching, scientific, accounting and finance within the limits set by law. 2. The University shall take its action to observe the principles of impartiality, transparency and participation, and the criteria of effectiveness and efficiency, ensuring the accessibility of information about the University. 3. The University considers the internationalization of its research activities and strategic goal of developing and teaching tool for enhancing their role in relations with other countries. 4. The University is identified in the community of students, teachers, researchers and technical and administrative staff. Every component contributes with equal dignity, in the exercise of their functions and in accordance with their roles and responsibilities, to the pursuit of the University institutional purposes. 5. The University is governed by this law and the laws and decrees that refer to it, the Statute, the Code of Ethics and Operating Regulations to which reference is made for all matters not covered by this law. Art.4 (Collaboration and association with other entities) 1. The University, for the pursuit of its institutional purposes, may enter into collaboration agreements, partnership and agreements with other universities or research institutions. 2. The University may also participate in forms of association with persons constituted as a legal person. The turnout which is allowed only if it is addressed to the pursuit of the University institutional purposes. Art.5 (Heritage) 1. The assets of the University consists of: a) capital grants disbursed by the State or other entities, public or private; b) movable and immovable property acquired in property of any kind, resulting from inventory and public records; c) intangible assets (trademarks, patents, licenses, etc.) of property; d) the company shares and contributions to associations and foundations; e) by any positive results of operations. Article 6 (Financing) 1. The University finances its activities through the following sources: 1. Transfers: 1.1. State current funding; 1.2. Current funding from other entities, both public and private; 1.3. Financing State capital account; 1.4. Capital funding from other entities, both public and private;
1.5. Payments for the current nature of the State; 1.6. Payments for the State capital account; 1.7. Revenue aimed current nature from other entities, public and private (agreements, contracts, etc.); 1.8. aimed capital revenue from other entities, public and private (agreements, contracts, etc.). 2. Own resources: 2.1. Taxes and contributions arising from institutional; 2.2. Revenue from contracted activities with public and private entities in the current font; 2.3. financial capital income; 2.4. of ancillary revenue. 3. Alienation of assets. 4. Switching on of mortgages and loans. Article 7 (normative acts) 1. The organization and functioning of the University shall be governed by: a) the Articles; b) the Code of Ethics; c) the Operating Regulations. 2. The proposal for the adoption and modification of such acts may be made by 1/3 of the University Council, or 1/3 of the Senate, or by the Advisory Body of the administrative staff, or by the Advisory Body of the students. 3. The adoption of resolutions and review of the acts referred to in subparagraphs a) and b) of paragraph 1 shall be approved by the University Council at least 2/3 of the votes, having heard the opinions of the Academic Senate, the Consulta of the technical staff administrative and View of students and are transmitted to the State Congress for the adoption of decrees under Article 2, paragraph 2, point a) of the Constitutional Law 183 of 15 December 2005, according to the terms laid down ' Article 11 of the Qualified Law 184 of December 15, 2005. 4. The deliberations of adoption and revision of the documents referred to in subparagraph c) of paragraph 1, that the statute did not refer to other organs, are approved by the University Council by a simple majority and are transmitted to the State Congress for adoption within the meaning of Article 2, paragraph 2, point h) regulations, the Constitutional Law 183 of 15 December 2005, as provided by Article 13 of the Qualified Law 184 of December 15, 2005. 5. The instruments referred to in paragraph 1 shall be published in the Official Bulletin of the Republic and on the website of the University in accordance with current laws. Art.8 (Statute) 1. The Statute of the University of Annex A is an integral part of this law and it carries out the purpose of articulating, in the manner and to the extent permitted by the laws of the state, the functions, the related standards operation and the prerogatives of the different organs and structures of the University of Titles that follow. Art.9 (Code of Ethics) 1. The Code of Ethics of the University of Annex B is an integral part of this Law, defines the core values of the university community, it promotes the recognition of rights and respect for individual duties to dell 'institution. It takes as its pre-eminent value of the centrality of the person. 2. The Code of Ethics ensures the dignity and respect for fundamental human rights, equality in opportunities and the promotion of merit; it commits the institution to prevent and combat all forms of discrimination. Art.10 (Operating Regulations) 1. Operating Regulations are normative acts in overall manner regulate specific aspects of the University, within the laws and the Articles. TITLE II ORGANS OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT UNIVERSITY Art.11 (central organs of government) 1. They are central organs of government of the University: a) the Rector; b) the Council of the University; c) the Academic Senate. Art.12 (The Chancellor) 1. The Chancellor has for direction, initiative and coordination of scientific and educational activities of the University. Promoting and implementing strategies for the development of the University to ensure and enhance the pursuit of the institutional purposes in accordance with quality criteria and in compliance with the principles of effectiveness, efficiency, transparency, impartiality and promotion of merit. It ensures unified approach expressed by the Academic Senate and the University Council and is responsible for the implementation of their deliberations. 2. The Rector is the legal representative of the University. 3. He shall prepare, annually, the three-year strategic planning document of the University referred to in Article 22 of this Law. 4. The Rector is appointed by the Great and General Council at the proposal of the Academic Senate, including professors at the highest academic degree or between personalities of high international scientific reputation. 5. The Rector in office does not participate in sessions of the organs in which it is proposed the appointment of a new rector.
6. The Rector is elected for a three academic years and can only be confirmed for a further three years. 7. all the powers and functions If the Rector fails to finish its mandate is replaced by the Dean University professor who assumes, for a period of six months which may be extended once for an additional three months to force majeure, the Rector. Within the period of three months, the dean must convene the Senate and begin the process for the proposal to the Great and General Council of the new Rector that will be included in the board's work schedule during the first meeting. Art.13 (The University Council) 1. The University Council is the administrative governing body of the University. Approves the programmatic and strategic lines of the University, financial programming and ensure the financial sustainability of the activities and academic facilities. 2. The University Council consists of: a) The Rector, who presides; b) a delegate of the Secretary of State with responsibility for the University; c) two members appointed by the Great and General Council, one of which is identified by the opposition political parties by mutual agreement; d) a representative of the teachers appointed by the Academic Senate. 3. The meetings of the University Council participating non-voting Director General, a student representative and a representative of the technical and administrative staff. 4. Members of the Board of the University referred to in subparagraph c) shall be chosen from among persons of renowned competence and culture. They remain in office for the duration of the term and may be reappointed once. 5. The Rector shall hold office as a member of the Board for the duration of his mandate. 6. The representatives of students, teachers and administrative staff remain in office for two years. 7. The meetings of the University Council may participate, without vote, the Secretary of State with responsibility University. Art.14 (Senate) 1. The Academic Senate is the governing body of the University Scientific and defines the guidelines, strategic and University development; It formulates proposals and opinions required in research and teaching; It performs coordination and connection functions with academic structures. 2. The Academic Senate is composed of: a) The Rector, who presides; b) three professors nominated by each Department Council, including at least one teacher employed on a permanent or long-term contract, where present; c) a representative of the students; d) a representative of the administrative staff of the University. 3. The Rector shall hold office as a member of the Academic Senate for the duration of his mandate. 4. The other members of the Academic Senate shall hold office for two years. 5. The meetings of the Academic Senate attended by the General Director without voting rights. 6. In proceedings in which it is proposed the appointment of the Rector are entitled to vote only the representatives of the Departments. TITLE III ACADEMIC FACILITIES Art.15 (Departments) 1. The University is organized into departments, each of which functionally integrates one or more research areas. To them, exclusively, is in charge of educational activities. 2. The Departments have organizational and managerial autonomy in the implementation of educational programs and research. They are the recipients of the funds disbursed to finance these activities. 3. For the conduct of courses and / or research or study, Departments may set up its own research centers and teaching, heard the binding opinion of the Academic Senate. 4. The Departments are indicated in the Articles; their establishment, alteration or deletion requires modification of the Statute itself. 5. Are the Department organs: a) the Director of the Department; b) the Council of the Department. Art.16 (The Director of the Department) 1. The Director of the Department has responsibility for the management and promotion of scientific and educational activities of the Department and represents it in all its academic-scientific aspects. 2. It is the guarantor of legality and ethics of the transparent conduct of all activities of the Department and is responsible for material decisions of the Department in a collegial manner. 3. It is appointed by the Department Council, among the professors of the Department itself. 4. It remains in office for three academic years, it may be reappointed only once and can be re-elected after three years. Art.17 (The Department Council) 1. The Department Council is the organ of programming, management and control of
teaching and research activities controlled by the Department and shall exercise all powers conferred by the Statute in accordance with the general guidelines established by the University Council and the University Senate. 2. The Department Council is composed of: a) the Director of the Department, who chairs it represents; b) the Coordinator of the Department; and, where present: c) the Directors of research centers and teaching; d) the Directors of the courses; e) the professors hired on permanent contracts or multi-year contract; f) Professors added; g) Researchers; h) a student representative of the degree programs. 3. They can be invited to specific meetings of the Department Council: a) specialists with specific expertise; b) teachers and / or project managers, research and courses. Art.18 (Research Centres and teaching) 1. Research and teaching centers are an integral part of the Department to which they refer. 2. The establishment of a Center for Research and Education must be properly justified by the Department Council, through a multi-year project that identifies the objectives, costs and ways to measure results. This project will be made public after its approval. 3. The Director of the Centre for Research and Teaching is appointed by the Department Council. 4. The research and teaching centers can adopt its own Scientific Council, chaired by the Director of the Centre. 5. The Centre for Research and Teaching has scientific autonomy and can dispose of the funds allocated by the Department Council in the field of annual economic planning. Art.19 (Qualifications of the academic personnel and the acquisition mode) 1. The University recognizes, in ascending order, the following academic qualifications: a) Researcher; b) Associate Professor; c) Full Professor. 2. These qualifications identify different levels of knowledge, scientific production and teaching experience. 3. The University announces public competitions for the acquisition of the qualifying Researcher, Associate Professor and Full Professor. Such competitions should be guided by criteria of impartiality and enhancement of scientific qualification and teaching in order to allow maximum mobility and permeability with the academic bodies of other states. Art.20 (Academic Staff) 1. The academic staff of the University is made up of teachers who are entitled to carry out undergraduate teaching and researchers. They are distinguished according to the type of contract they have with the University itself: a) Researchers, renewable three-year contract only for a further two years; b) Professors, associate or full professors, added, with a contract lasting one academic year; c) Professors, associate or full professors, renewable multi-year contract or indefinitely. 2. In order to ensure teaching and research activities, the University, experienced the eventual fulfillment of the University of origin, may enter the occasional collaboration contracts with: of other University researchers; University professors; Professors visitors; scholars and experts with proven professional and scientific qualification. 3. The University may also enter through the public notice of selection, professional contracts to provide support to educational activities or access to system services (orientation, internationalization, inclusion, etc.) With: exercise Assistants; Tutor. 4. Exercise Assistants and Tutor must possess a master's degree. The requirements for the conclusion of the contract are provided in the Academic Regulations. 5. Holders of contracts referred to in paragraph 2 and paragraph 3 shall not become part of the academic staff of the University. 6. Employees of the public and broader public sector, in an organic or indefinitely in order to conduct scientific activities at the University are detached from their job for their entire term. Art.21 (Recruitment of Professors and Researchers) 1. The number of researchers and professors renewable multi-year contract or indefinitely is identified on the basis of three-year strategic planning document. 2. Professors referred to in paragraph 1 are recruited through public competition based on qualifications of teachers who have already received title to play university teaching, in order to permit the consolidation and the San Marino professionalism return. 3. The recruitment of researchers is through public competition. Art.22 (The three-year University strategic planning document) 1. For the implementation of development programs and strengthening of research and activity
teaching, the Chancellor, in collaboration with other University bodies, prepares a three-year strategic planning of the University document, approved by the University Council and the Senate. 2. The three-year strategic planning document of the University, which is updated annually, is subjected to by the Secretary of State with responsibility for the University, the approval of the Great and General Council. 3. The three-year University strategic planning document contains a forecast: a) the activities to be developed in the next three years; b) the revenue and corresponding expenses, that will be the reference for the elaboration of the budget; c) the teaching staff requirements; d) the administrative staff requirements, technical and auxiliary staff. Art.23 (Adoption of an internal quality assurance system) 1. The University adopts an internal quality assurance system, recognizing its vital role in ensuring high quality standards and in facilitating the comparability of its securities compared to those issued by universities and higher education institutions in other countries. 2. The internal quality assurance system performs a systematic monitoring and an overall evaluation of scientific and administrative activities in order to ensure the achievement of the desired quality level. 3. All data, documents and information relating to the internal quality assurance system are publicly accessible. Art.24 (The external quality assurance system) 1. The Secretariat of State with responsibility for the University is empowered to conclude agreements with bodies or agencies recognized by competent international public authorities in order to carry out an external quality assurance system. 2. The quality assurance external system performs periodically evaluating the effectiveness of internal quality assurance processes, and puts them in comparison with the best practices in use at universities and higher education institutions in other countries. 3. All data, documents and information relating to the external quality assurance system are publicly accessible. Art.25 (cover costs of the external quality assurance system) 1. The cost of external insurance system, referred to in Article above, I shall be borne by the University budget. TITLE IV ADVISORY BODIES AND CONTROL Art.26 (Consultative bodies and control) 1. They are advisory bodies and control: a) the Territorial Pact of the University; b) the Board of Auditors; c) other advisory bodies referred to in Article 29. Art.27 (Territorial Pact) 1. The Territorial Pact is the meeting point between the University and the region. 2. They are part of the Territorial Pact University representatives and representatives of the institutions, the cultural, economic, professional, trade union and of associations. Composition, organization and functioning of the Territorial Pact are defined by the Statute of the University. 3. The President of the Territorial Pact is the University Rector. 4. The territorial pact University performs the following functions: a) proactive: putting forward proposals for policy and development for the University; b) advisory: by providing opinions regarding the strategic plans and University development; c) communication: providing information to stakeholders, through the representatives of which it is composed, about the programs that the University intends to implement; d) fund-raising limited to specific fixed-term projects. Art.28 (Board of Auditors Auditors) 1. The Board of statutory auditors is the body responsible for control over administrative regularities, financial, accounting and capital adequacy. It shall perform the function of guaranteeing the state in acts involving expenditure and their compliance with the objectives of the University. 2. The Board of statutory auditors is composed of three members appointed by the Great and General Council, appointed by a qualified majority of 2/3 for the first ballot and a simple majority in successive ballots. The Auditors Auditors are selected from among those enrolled as Auditor; the Board shall designate from among its members its own Chairman. 3. The College of auditors lasts mayors in office for three years and its members may be reappointed once. Art.29 (Other advisory bodies) 1. In order to promote the involvement, commitment and active participation of all parties within the University are established: a) the Consultation of the technical and administrative staff; b) the Consultation of the students. 2. Consultative Committees shall meet at least once a year.
3. Additional advisory bodies may be established by the Statute modification. TITLE V ADMINISTRATIVE BODIES Art.30 (administrative management bodies) 1. administrative management bodies of the University: a) the Director General; b) Coordinators Department. Art.31 (Managing Director) 1. The Director General is a body of technical and administrative management, within the powers delegated by law, the Statute and the Operating Regulations. 2. The Director General shall compete the duties provided for in Article 14 of Law 188 of December 5, 2011. 3. The Director General shall, on the basis of the guidelines given by the University Council, is responsible for the overall management and organization of services, technological and material resources and the administrative staff of the University. 4. The Director-General is recruited with notice of public competition as provided by current legislation and in particular by the Law 108 of July 31, 2009, remains in office for three years and is re-elected in his role for another three years or for a shorter period . 5. Qualifications: Master's degree or specialist or old system in technical, administrative or management, with proven managerial experience in the public or private sector, at least five years, next to graduation. 6. Special requirements: knowledge of the English language equivalent to level C1 according to the "Common European Framework of Reference for the learning of languages" established by the Council of Europe and the curriculum of proven experience and management and leadership skills. 7. The Director General shall be assigned a salary of position under Article 19 of Law 108 of July 31, 2009, corresponding to the parameter 2 of point B, paragraph 3 of Article 4 of the Chief Executive Decree 14 May 2012 n .53. The salary of position can be altered by appropriate delegated decree. Art.32 (Coordinators Department) 1. The Department Coordinator performs, on the basis of the directives of the organs of the department, the coordination of administrative and accounting activities, taking responsibility for the instruments concerning the organization and coordination of personnel and staff assigned and any other functions assigned by the Statute of the University. 2. The position of Coordinator of the Department is attributed, through public competition, per person with Master's degree or equivalent, with a knowledge of English at B2 level according to the "Common European Framework of Reference for the learning of languages" established by the Council of Europe. Art.33 (service centers) 1. The Service Centers are specialized competence centers whose activities are performed in a horizontal way, in favor of the whole organization; the establishment of service centers is expected to create a high skill, of skill development of the entire organization and to a more efficient use of resources. 2. The service centers are directly under the Director General. 3. The definition of the Service Centres and their competencies are established by the Statute. 4. The University Council, after consultation with the Academic Senate, can be attributed to a specific service center, for a period not exceeding six months, additional skills in order to meet certain temporary needs. If these powers are necessary for a longer period of time, they should be reported in the Articles. TITLE VI INCOMPATIBILITY 'AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Art.34 (Incompatibility) 1. The General Manager and the administrative staff of the University may not hold simultaneously the steering character positions within the academic structures. 2. The members of the Council of the University and the Board of Auditors Auditors may not hold political or trade union engagements. 3. On the scientific staff can be attributed on a temporary basis, as part of their contract, support and advisory tasks to the administrative structure of the University. Art.35 (Revocation of organs and Special Commissioner) 1. The Secretary of State with responsibility for the University may propose to the Great and General Council the lifting of the functions of the governing bodies of the University and the appointment of a Special Commissioner who assume such functions, if it is found to not meet the purpose of the present law. 2. The resolution of the Great and General Council has mode, faculties and limits the powers of the Commissioner Extraordinary and term. Article 36 (Repeals)
1. They repealed the law 29 November 1995 n.132 "Changes and additions to the Framework law on higher education and higher learning institutions" and Articles 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of Law 122 of 24 September 2004 " accounting and functional administrative regulation of the University "Studies. 2. E 'repealed Decree 16 May 2005 73 "Structuring of the University of the Republic of San Marino Studies." 3. It shall be repealed all rules which contravene this Act. Art.37 (Transitional and coordination regulations) 1. Until the inauguration of the Director General all its functions are assigned to the person specifically delegated by the Secretary of State for Education and Culture as part of the staff currently in charge of the Education Department . 2. The present structure of the Organic University Endowment remain in force until the adoption of delegated decree relating to the expected demand in Article 63 of Law 188 of December 5, 2011. 3. The technical and administrative personnel currently serving in the University will be relocated in the administrative structures prescribed in this Act according to a reorganization plan implemented by the Director General and prepared in accordance with the other organs of government, after hearing the unions. 4. The current administrative regulation, pursuant to Law 122 of 24 September 2004 "accounting and functional Administrative Regulations of the University", remains in force, mutatis mutandis, with the exception of Articles 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, until the adoption of the Regulation for the administration, finance and accounting as set out in Article 7 of this Act. 5. The Law of 28 April 2005 63 "Discipline of qualifications" remains in force until the enactment of the academic regulations in the manner provided for in Article 7 of this Act. 6. To start the definition of the new bodies of the University, the Vicar of the Rector convenes and presides over the first Department Council for each of the defined by the Statute Departments. In this session must be appointed the Director of the Department and representatives of the Department in the Academic Senate. 7. Until the end of the academic year 2013/2014 are part of the Department Council: a) Principals and Coordinators of the Departments Department merged into the newly established; b) the Directors of courses and research centers Department merged into the newly established; c) Professors in the academic year 2013/2014 continuously carry out scientific activities in the department merged into the Department of the new constitution. 8. Within six months of their settlement, the organs of the University must send to the State Congress for adopting the Regulation for the administration, finance and accounting, and academic regulations, under the Statute of the University. Art.38 (Entry into force) 1. This law comes into force on the fifth day following that of its legal publication. Our Residence, this day of 25 April 2014/1713 THE CAPTAINS REGENT Valeria Ciavatta - Luca Beccari THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS Gian Carlo Venturini ANNEX A STATUTE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SAN MARINO Art.1 STUDIES (General Principles) 1 . the University is a public institution of higher learning that produces and critically transmits knowledge through research and higher education. It contributes to the cultural progress, civil and economic of the Republic. 2. The University guarantees to professors and researchers freedom and autonomy in choosing the address, organization and conduct of studies. Achieves adequate facilities and technical supports and makes possible the full use. 3. The University promotes the teaching aims to promote critical learning, exchange of ideas and motivation to deepening and research. Guarantees the freedom of education of each teacher about the content, methods and evaluation criteria, in respect of compliance with the order and design of the trials. 4. The University recognizes its membership in the international scientific community, and it adopts the principles and tools. It promotes its international dimension, by fostering the integration and cooperation between universities and research groups. Especially the University: a) encourages all forms of scientific and educational cooperation for the movement of knowledge in the international scientific community; b) promotes the signature of agreements, the creation of consortia with foreign institutions of high cultural profile and participation in international networks;
c) facilitate the access of foreign students and researchers to its facilities and their participation in all forms of selection for the provision of securities or other research opportunities and training; d) promote the provision of joint degrees in collaboration with foreign universities; and) to facilitate the international mobility of teachers, researchers and students; f) pursuing international character of teaching and its training, including the use of foreign languages in the relevant scientific community internationally as the language of instruction in their curricula; g) ensure the simplification of all administrative procedures, in order to facilitate access to its research and training on the part of people and institutions of other states. h) promotes the transfer of knowledge and skills to the production system and services, and circulation of the results of activities of the University in accordance with the laws on intellectual property. 5. The University acts in compliance with the "Declaration of the rights of citizens and the fundamental principles of San Marino". 6. The University adopts a Code of Ethics aimed at determining the fundamental values of the university community, to prevent all forms of discrimination and abuse, to regulate the cases of conflict of interest and intellectual property. On violations of the Code of Ethics deliberates the Academic Senate on the proposal of the Rector. 7. The University care conservation, development, enhancement and management of its bibliographic heritage, documentary and archival; It facilitates access to online information resources, in particular, through the University library system and services which provide for the transfer of knowledge. Art. 2 (Right to Education) 1. The University organizes its services in order to make accessible, effective and fruitful academic study. 2. The University promotes access to higher education by persons with disabilities and specific learning disabilities committing themselves to any action that removes a disadvantage. 3. The University provides forms of premiums and support for the most capable and worthy even if without financial resources. Art. 3 (Regulations) 1. The University adopts the following regulations: a) General Regulations of the University of organization that dictates the rules, governs the procedures for setting up and operation of the University organs; b) Regulations for Administration, Finance and Accounting governing the management of administrative procedures, financial and accounting and related responsibilities; c) Academic Regulations governing the organization of teaching, the training offer, the issuing of diplomas, the teaching load of professors and contractual relationships with researchers and teachers; d) Regulation of performance third parties; e) Regulations for the management of the Technical Administrative staff; f) Regulations for the material and technological resources; g) Rules for the recruitment of professors and researchers; h) Regulation of the students; i) Rules on intellectual property; l) Regulation on Discipline for school pupils and teachers; m) other regulations necessary to the organization and functioning of the University. Art. 4 (Rector Functions) 1. The Chancellor: a) is the legal representative of the University; b) convenes and chairs the University Senate, the University Council and the Territorial Pact, coordinating their activities and giving execution of their resolutions; c) prepare, annually, with the cooperation of other bodies of the University, the three-year strategic planning document of the University referred to in Article 22 of the Framework Law on Higher Education; d) adopt, in urgent circumstances, measures of competence of the Academic Senate or the University Council, submitting them for ratification to the competent bodies at its next session, provided that such measures do not go to modify the legislation referred to in Article 7 the framework Law on Higher education; e) issuing directives to the good performance of the activities and the proper application of the order university teaching regulations, the Articles of Association and the regulations; f) ensure the autonomy of the teaching and research faculty and students' right to education; g) exercise disciplinary authority over the students and teaching staff according to the Regulations referred to in Article 3, point l). 2. The delegation Rector, for a full term or pro-tempore to one or more Pro-rectors from among the
University professors, certain functions within its competence, and determine precisely the powers. Art. 5 (Functions of the Council of the University) 1. It is for the Council of the University: a) to determine the general direction of development of the University and its directives, after consultation with the Academic Senate; b) to promote the scientific level of teaching and research activities and their compliance with the institutional goals of the State and the laws that determine the prerogatives; c) approving the three-year strategic planning document prepared by the University Rector; d) approve the budget and the final budget of the University; e) decide on issues of interest of the University that this statute did not refer to other organs; f) deliberate activation, modification and deletion of courses of study, academic structures and locations of the, heard the binding opinion of the University Senate; g) approve, after consultation with the Academic Senate, the Rules for the Administration, Finance and Accounting and the other regulations in this Statute did not refer to other organs and forward them to the State Congress for adoption; h) receive the Academic Regulations and other regulations competence of the Academic Senate and send them to the State Congress for adoption; i) determine, after consultation with the Academic Senate, the financial resources destined to scientific activities; j) approve, after consultation with the Academic Senate, the proposals on the staffing, the professional profiles and the allocation of staff between the same service facilities prepared by the Director General; k) decide on the appearance in court of the University, in the case of active or passive disputes; l) approve the acceptance of donations, legacies and bequests; m) decide the amount of entry fees, contributions and any exemptions; n) determine, after consultation with the Academic Senate, for each course of study the minimum and maximum number of registrations. Art. 6 (Functions of the Academic Senate) 1. The Academic Senate is the governing body of the University of science and coordination of teaching and research activities. 2. The Academic Senate: a) endorse the Academic Regulations, subject to the opinion of the University Council, and academic facilities; b) approves the regulations on teaching and research, after hearing the academic structures and gained the approval of the University Council; c) approve the three-year strategic planning document prepared by the University Rector; d) approve the academic calendar; e) resolution on violations of the Code of Ethics; f) proposes the name of the Rector and transmits it to the Great and General Council for their appointment. 3. The Academic Senate proposals and formula expresses binding opinions on the subject of teaching, research and student services and, in particular regarding: a) adoption and modification of the University Statute, Code of Ethics, and for the Council of the University regulations; b) the educational programs and in the field of activation, modification and deletion of courses of study, academic facilities and the University Departments; c) the needs of professors and researchers, and the allocation of its resources to the academic facilities; d) the arrangements for evaluation of the research and teaching activities; e) the contributions payable by students; f) intervention aimed at ensuring the right to education; g) the recognition of diplomas and academic careers of professors and researchers. 4. The Academic Senate also: a) performs periodic analysis of economic and financial sustainability of scientific activities; b) carry out, using a scientific committee, the evaluation of the scientific production published by the University, giving mandate to the University Library for publication and conservation; c) indicates the Dean of the University Professor. 5. The Academic Senate is convened in the ordinary way by the Rector, and in extraordinary session at the request of at least one third of the members. 6. The Academic Senate meetings are valid if the majority of its members and a majority of those present. Art. 7 (Departments) 1. The departments of the University are the following: a) Department of Economics, Science and Law. The DESD promotes and coordinates the teaching and research activities in science, technology, law, finance and governance models. Converge in this Department the terms of activity Department of Economics and Technology, Department of Biomedical Studies and the Department of Law. In particular,
DESD pertains to the Safety Training University Centre. b) Department of Human Sciences: The DSU promotes and coordinates the teaching and research activities in the field of education and communication. DSU flow into the activities of the previous Department of Education and Department of Communication. In particular the DSU heads: the) Centre for the Study and Research on Applied Dyslexia; ii) Center on Memory Studies. c) Department of history, culture and history of San Marino: the DSS promotes and coordinates the teaching and research activities in history, and in the culture and history of San Marino tradition. In particular the DSS heads: i) High School of Historical Studies (SSSS); ii) Sammarinese Center of Historical Studies; iii) Permanent Study Centre on Emigration; iv) Legal Institute of San Marino. Art. 8 (Functions of the Department Director) 1. The Director represents the Department in its scientific / academic aspects. 2. The Director: a) convenes and chairs the Department Council; b) shall implement the decisions of the same Council ensuring compliance with laws and regulations; c) appoint the examination boards as specified by the University Senate; d) prepare the annual plan of teaching and research of the Department, predisponendone its organizational tools and submit it to the Academic Senate; e) maintaining relationships with organizations within the department itself, as well as with partner institutions; f) annually prepares requests for funding and the allocation of scientific personnel for the implementation of development programs and strengthening of research and teaching activity; g) prepare annually a detailed report on the results of research and teaching activity of the Department; h) proposes research agreements, joint supervision and partnership with institutions of the same level; stipulation of apprenticeship agreements with organizations, schools and universities; i) may delegate tasks to other teachers members of the Department Council; j) shall, in case of necessity and urgency, acts of competence of the Department Council subject to ratification at the first meeting immediately following; k) is the guarantor of legality and ethics of the transparent conduct of all activities of the Department and is responsible for material decisions of the Department in a collegial manner. Art. 9 (Functions of the Department Council) 1. The Department board: a) responsible for the planning and allocation of the resources available, as indicated by the Academic Senate and the University Council decisions; b) propose to the University Senate the establishment of new educational facilities and research centers; c) approve the program of teaching and research activities prepared by the Department Director; d) provides the general criteria for the use of personnel, funds, equipment and spaces; e) decides on the courses to be activated, their duration, the academic level and to its final title; f) cooperates with the bodies of the State for the identification, development and implementation of research projects and educational activities aimed at the economic, social and cultural development of the Republic, as well as the training of new professional profiles and continuing education activities. Art. 10 (The internal quality assurance system) 1. The University adopts a system of insurance of the quality of training, of research, of teaching and administrative processes activities. The quality assurance system includes: a) a definition of the responsibilities of those involved in carrying out activities and administrative processes; b) a formal definition of the strategies, policies and procedures adopted for the implementation of its quality system and aimed at continuous quality improvement; c) an ongoing process of internal evaluation of the research activities, educational and administrative; d) periodic comparative analysis of the costs compared to universities and higher education institutions of other countries; e) participation, cooperation and international networking on the specific issue of quality insurance. Art. 11 (Territorial Agreement) 1. The Territorial Pact plays consultative and proactive, making proposals to address the University's development and communication function to the territory of the objectives and strategies that the University intends to pursue. 2. It shall meet at least every six months at the initiative of the Rector and, in that context, is called to bear, in writing, proposals to address the development referred to in paragraph 1.
3. The Territorial Pact of the University consists of: a) the Rector who presides; b) a representative of the teachers identified by the Academic Senate; c) the Director General of the University; d) a representative of the Technical and Administrative Staff; e) two representatives of the students; f) a representative of the Council of the cultural associations; g) Castle of the Captains, or their delegates to the Board, on behalf of citizens; h) one representative of each union legally recognized; i) two representatives of the teachers of the schools of San Marino; j) A representative of school managers; k) the President of the CONS or his delegate representing sports associations; l) a representative of each of the economic category associations recognized; m) a representative for each of the professional associations. 4. For the purposes of the validity of the sessions is not required the presence of the majority of members in office. Resolutions are adopted by majority vote; in case of a tie vote of the Rector. 5. The members of the Territorial Pact remain in office for two years and may be reappointed. 6. The sessions are public. Art. 12 (See the technical and administrative staff) 1. See the administrative staff is composed of all of the technical and administrative staff employed on a permanent. 2. The Look of administrative staff giving advice to the competent bodies, with regard to the technical organization, administration and services, on: a) the annual budget; b) a three-year strategic planning document of the University; c) requirements referred to in subparagraph d), paragraph 1, Article 14 of this Statute; 3. The consultation of the administrative staff proposed formula: a) about the technical organization, administration and services; b) about the plans of training and professional development for administrative staff; c) to amend the bylaws, the Operating Regulations and the Code of Ethics and expresses opinion on the draft revisions of the same. 4. See the administrative staff elects its own representatives in the organs of the University, who shall hold office for two academic years; the members are appointed by the Rector. 5. The functioning of the consulting of administrative staff is established in a specific regulation, issued by the University Council, on a proposal from the Consulta of the administrative staff. Art. 13 (Check the students) 1. The consultation of students is coordination of the University student representatives organ. 2. The Look of students is composed of their representatives in the bodies of the University, namely by: a) the student representative in the University Senate; b) the student representative in the University Council; c) representatives of the students in the Department Councils; d) representatives of the Territorial Pact students. 3. The consultation of the students expressed the opinion to the relevant bodies, in the sections on teaching and student services, about: a) annual budget; b) a three-year strategic planning document of the University; c) operating regulations; d) general rules on contributions paid by the students and the right to study. 4. Consult student sends to the organs of government proposals and questions about everything related to teaching and student services. The organs of the University are required to respond to proposals and questions. 5. The functioning of the consulting of the students and the election of its members are established in special regulations, issued by the University Council, on a proposal from the Consulta of the students. 6. The members of the Advisory Body of students remain in office for two academic years and are appointed by the Rector. 7. The University guarantees the Consulta of the resources students and facilities for the performance of their duties. Art. 14 (the General Manager Functions) 1. The Director General shall perform the following functions: a) supports the Rector in the definition of strategic documents; b) support the University bodies in the design of financial reports annual and multiannual estimates and the final account; c) support of the University bodies in the drafting of the report on the results of research and training and funding from public and private entities; d) assist the organs in the periodic survey of the needs of quality and quantity of technical and administrative staff under Article 23 of Law 105 of 31 July 2009, developing proposals for
about the role profiles and the distribution of his staff from among the service facilities; e) ensure the implementation of the programming documents and general guidelines defined by the University Council; f) adopt the acts on the organization of the service facilities and the administrative staff management; g) with respect to the technical and administrative staff, gives the positions and related objectives, attributing the professional resources, equipment and financial connected to their realization; h) directs, coordinates, controls the activity of the department coordinators and service centers responsible, even with replacement power in the event of inaction; i) monitors compliance with the requirements of impartiality, transparency, access and publication of data, documents and information, and simplification of procedures; j) exercise, in respect of the technical and administrative staff, disciplinary action attributed to it by law and contributes to the definition of measures and appropriate actions to prevent and combat the phenomena of corruption; k) adopting the acts and administrative measures that commit the administration to the outside, except for those of skill that the law, the Statute or the University regulations expressly reserve to other University bodies; l) shall exercise the powers of expenditure and the acquisition of revenue; m) signs agreements, contracts and agreements for the acquisition of goods, supplies and services, subject to the approval of the University Council in the cases provided by the Statute and Regulation; n) signs agreements, contracts and agreements, however designated, that are outside the jurisdiction of the Rector and other University bodies; o) submit to the Board of the University's proposals on active and passive disputes entered into by the University; p) exercise any other powers conferred on him by the laws, by-laws and University regulations; q) attend without the right to vote at meetings of the Academic Senate and the University Council of secretary functions; r) establish the training programs of technical and administrative staff. Art. 15 (the Department Coordinator Functions) 1. The Coordinator is responsible for the administrative structure of the Department. 2. The Coordinator of the Department exercises its administrative role independently on the basis of general directives issued by the General Manager and the Head of Department. 3. The Coordinator is responsible for: a) the administrative and accounting management of the Department; b) the organization of the services provided by the Department; c) the management of staff assigned to non-academic Department; d) the location management of the Department. Art. 16 (Service Centres) 1. The Service Centers are facilities that provide technical and administrative services by centralizing the expertise of the various sectors. 2. They shall also carry out activities of study and analysis of the context, even internationally, in order to implement best practices in service delivery. Art. 17 (Office of Admissions, Office of Foreign Relations, Orientation) 1. This Office manages relations with students of the University, in particular: a) carefully and follow the registration and career of students in undergraduate courses, courses higher education, Master, Summer / Winter school (excluding doctorates); b) issue the scrolls about all qualifications obtained by students (including doctorates); c) implement guidance initiatives for students incoming and outgoing until the entry into employment; d) achieve educational accompanying activities of graduates through internships and guidance, work scholarships and internships; e) Develop job placement activities to promote knowledge and the meeting between demand and supply of labor; f) manages the communication, advice and support to the University facilities for participation in international programs of education and training in Europe and outside Europe and development cooperation; g) ensures the monitoring of funding opportunities; h) manages activities related to mobility for study, internships, job training and teaching activities, in and out, students, teachers and administrative staff; i) ensures the development of services for foreign students enrolled at and supports outgoing students by allowing them to take advantage of the best opportunities offered by the partner universities abroad present; j) submit to verify the compatibility of qualifications and curricula in comparison with international standards; k) examines themes related to internationalization through comparison with partners
International and participation in research projects; l) implement initiatives and programs for the full inclusion and the educational success of students with disabilities or specific learning disabilities. Art. 18 (Office information services, digital communication and planning and control) 1. This office is responsible for managing the activities associated with the use of information and communication technologies. 2. The Committee shall ensure the development and university infrastructure technology management and related services, according to the priorities and the strategies determined by the University Council. 3. It provides support for the realization of the internal and external communication function through the use of technologies. 4. This office, in accordance with the strategies and objectives set by the University Council, is in charge of exercising the function of planning of the activities and functions of control and evaluation of results. 5. It defines and implements, in order to achieve continuous improvement of internal processes, a quality assurance system that is subjected to peer review by recognized by competent public authorities, international organizations or agencies. Art. 19 (Library and Archives) 1. The Library and Archives provides services designed to meet the needs of teaching and research of each educational institution. 2. This structure: a) ensure the development of documentary collections; b) collect and select the international scientific production; c) holds special collections of historical value; d) under a mandate of the Academic Senate, is responsible for publishing and preservation of scientific production published by the University; e) care and is responsible for a document archive management of the University. Art. 20 (General Secretary and Accounting) 1. The Secretariat performs clerical duties for the organs of government and administrative bodies of the University. In particular: a) handles the representation and external relations; b) it is responsible for corporate communication and promotion of university activities; c) implementing the training programs of the staff and the development of human capital; d) manage the accounting records of the staff; e) ensures the technical activities related to the administrative management, accounting, economic, financial and property of the University; f) arrange for the collection and processing of data necessary to the formation of the budget and is responsible for drawing up on the basis of the directives of the Director General; g) performs all administrative operations of verification, compilation, recording, storage connected with the activities of accounting of income and expenses. Art. 21 (office services for legal assistance and the protection of intellectual property) 1. The Office for legal assistance services and protection of intellectual property by the legal issues relating to the contracts and tenders. 2. It provides for the preparation of administrative decisions and contracts. 3. It deals with the procedures to be implemented for the protection of intellectual property rights protection. Art. 22 (Seal) 1. Seal of the University of San Marino Republic of studies represents the three towers, topped with plume, placed on three stylized slopes of Monte Titano. The word "UNIVERSITY OF SAN MARINO" in capital letters is placed between a double circular dial and an indoor single line. 2. The official color of the seal of the University is Pantone 546c. ANNEX B CODE OF ETHICS Title I Fundamental Rights and Duties Article 1 Freedom of study, scientific research and teaching 1. The University ensures an organization conforms to the ideals of freedom and individual autonomy. 2. In the exercise of academic freedom, the members of the University are required to maintain a responsible and comply with the rules, including through the adoption of self-regulatory systems. 3. The members of the university community are also required to maintain a collaborative and respectful conduct of the direct requirements to ensure transparency, impartiality, fairness and efficiency of the University institutional activities. Article 2 Transparency 1. The University, in pursuing the objective of broad cohesion and participation in the institutional life, strives to ensure students and, in general, the various categories of stakeholders, maximum transparency and to disclose dell ' political action, management and administration, as well as the clarity and intelligibility of acts, in accordance with the principles of simplification and social reporting.
2. To this end, emphasizes the institutional portal as the main point of integrated access to information and services related to university life as well as a practical tool for the promotion of effective transparency of the acts and institutional activities. Title II Rules of Conduct Article 3 Basic Duties 1. The University considers essential, in order to achieve their institutional aims, respect for intellectual values honesty, mutual respect and honesty. 2. Likewise, all members of the university community are required to comply, in their actions, the applicable rules and principles of loyalty and impartiality towards the university institution, as a whole, and of each individual component. Article 4 Prohibition of discrimination 1. The University pursues and rejects all forms of discrimination on grounds of religion, political opinion, gender and sexual orientation, physical appearance and skin color, ethnic origin, language, nationality, disability, personal, social and health, pregnancy, family choices, age and role in the university. 2. In order to ensure full equality in the various manifestations of university life, the University shall adopt measures to prevent and remove disadvantage, due to any of the reasons mentioned in the previous paragraph. 3. It is the responsibility of the University and its constituents to encourage initiatives to protect and safeguard the disadvantaged and the individual and cultural diversity. Article 5 Abuse of position 1. At no member of the academic community is allowed to abuse their authority or superiority resulting from its position in order to derive personal benefits or to impose on others the execution or performance of services which are not due or useful for the performance of institutional activities. Article 6 Harassment of a sexual nature 1. It defines sexual harassment unwanted conduct of a sexual nature, or any other type of discrimination based on sex, affecting the dignity of men and women in the environment of study and work, including physical attitudes, or verbal expressions. The University regrets the sexual harassment and ensure the victims a speedy protection, free from prejudice. 2. It constitutes a moral obligation to denounce the harassment behaviors for which you are aware, but, also outside of the competition hypothesis is apparent responsibility passively nell'assistervi. 3. It is to be considered harassment even any form of retaliation against anyone who denounces the aforementioned behaviors. 4. The existence of an asymmetrical position between those who harasses and the victim is an aggravating factor. 5. They take particularly serious sexual harassment by teachers against students. Article 7 familism, nepotism and favoritism or nepotism familismo 1. It occurs when a component to the university community, in his role, even temporarily, abusing its position, or illicitly addresses its activities, to grant benefits, favoring positions or positions, affecting insolvency outcomes or on selection procedures relating, in particular, but not exclusively, the initiation and development of the academic career of children, family, kindred or cohabiting. 2. Likewise, it is considered nepotism every practice of favoritism, brought into being by a teacher for the benefit of an employee, which translates into conduct arbitrary and contrary to the good name of the University, to the values of impartiality and interest by other most deserving candidates. 3. Without prejudice to existing legislation, the University condemnation and pursues all forms of family values, nepotism and favoritism, therefore, prescribes professors, researchers and any other components of the university community to refrain from any behavior of this kind. Article 8 Gifts and Benefits 1. All members of the university community must refrain from soliciting, encourage or accept gifts or benefits of any kind, which may affect, directly or indirectly, the independence and autonomy in the performance of official tasks. 2. you can be accepted spontaneous offers of gifts or gifts of modest or no economic value, and provided that the act does not affect, even indirectly, on the proper fulfillment of institutional activities. Article 9 Decor workplaces and studies 1. Each member of the university community must respect and decorum in the workplace and study; if invested with institutional responsibility, it has the obligation to detect and notify the non-compliance. Title III of the University Article 10 Protection
Use of resources of the University 1. The members of the university community using the institutional economic resources, in compliance with form and substance of the rules and regulations, and so you can REPORTING efficient and effective use of the same and produce a document, where required. 2. A no dell'Ateneo component is permitted, under Authorization defect by the competent organs, use, or used by, any person or entity, equipment, space or human, material or financial University, for purposes of nature personnel and / or for purposes unrelated to those of the institution university or, in any case, not approved by the latter. Article 11 Use and protection of the name of the University 1. All members of the university community are obliged to respect the good name of the institution, and to refrain from engaging in conduct that could damage its image and reputation, even through the disclosure of confidential information. 2. Save authorization, no member is allowed: a) use the logo and the name of the University; b) to associate the reputation of the University to professions, jobs, assignments or other outdoor activities, including non-remunerated; c) publicly express positions and personal opinions, presenting them as officers of the University. Article 12 Duty of confidentiality 1. The members of the university community are required to maintain the confidentiality of news and information learned in the performance of his duties, without prejudice to the obligations of transparency, in accordance with the rules and regulations. In particular, they undertake to: a) respect the confidentiality of persons or entities to which the University holds protected information; b) do not disclose data or information gained from participating in academic bodies; c) refer to the only acts, files, databases and archives to which access is allowed, making use in accordance with official duties and allowing access only to those who are entitled; d) prevent the potential risk of data leakage, observing the safety measures issued. Article 13 Intellectual property protection 1. The members of the university community reject the exploitation of research for private purposes, or the concealment of its results, in order to reap personal gain; They give up, also, to keep secret, contrary to the interests of the University patenting, the public exchange of ideas and dissemination of knowledge. 2. The members of the university community are required to comply with WTO rules and agreements, with regard to industrial and intellectual property. 3. In particular, the inventions developed within the University, or with the aid of personnel, materials, equipment or other structures, as well as the results of researches and studies that could lead to patentable results, must be disclosed in accordance with norms and agreements. Article 14 Conflict of interests 1. It occurs a conflict of interest, when a member of the university community, to the exclusion of students not invested with institutional position, is raised in potential or actual conflict with the interests of the University. 2. Conflict can also cover relations with educational institutions or scientific research, both public and private sources or potentially competing universities. 3. The private interest, not necessarily economic in nature, is that in the case of: a) personal interest dell'appartenente the community; b) interest of the spouse, domestic partner, relatives or relatives up to the fourth degree; c) interest of legal persons or entities, of which a member of the community has control, or owns a significant stake, or with which it has relations of interest of any kind; d) third party interests, if we can consciously derive an advantage to a component of the University. 4. The component of the university community, that a particular activity or circumstance, from being in a conflict of interest with the University, shall immediately notify the responsible organ, the structure or the office of belonging, refraining, in However, by acts, decisions or actions about. Title IV Implementing Provisions Article 15 Compliance and breach of code of ethics 1. It is the duty of professors, researchers, managerial, technical and administrative staff, students and any other components of the University community, go through the following code and comply standards of conduct that are dictated and those from the interpretative framework. 2. Without prejudice to the civil, criminal and administrative, violation of the provisions of this
Code is source of disciplinary responsibility.
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