These fact sheets provide facts, figures and the context for a number of much-discussed issues surrounding the UvA's organisation and management.
Factsheet: Faculty of Science staff
It goes without saying that the Faculty of Science operates according to the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities (CAO NU)and the agreement with the unions.Read more
How the UvA allocates the government grant
The UvA distributes the financial resources from the government grant as well as the tuition fees by means of a so-called allocation model – an apportionment tool. The current system was introduced at the UvA in 2006 and was most recently adapted ...Read more
Participation in decision-making at the UvA
The UvA’s Executive Board works closely with the formal central representative advisory councils. In addition, an important role within the faculties is reserved for the faculty representative advisory councils and the boards of studies. ...Read more
The UvA’s goals with respect to the city campuses
The University of Amsterdam is in the process of clustering its real estate and reducing the number of buildings used for teaching and research from 85 to four city campuses. The UvA undertook this project about fifteen years ago on account of ...Read more
The UvA’s staff
At the end of March, 2015, a total of 5,484 lecturers and researchers were aligned to the UvA. This joint figure includes permanent and temporary academic staff. The Executive Board has explicitly stated that an imbalance has occurred in recent ...Read more
Why does the UvA have a holding?
UvA Holding BV enables the UvA – through participation – to create added social and economic value from teaching and research without mixing public and private funds. UvA Holding BV turns a profit that is made available to the UvA; in 2014 this ...Read more