To best carry out its missions in teaching, research, and citizenship, the University of Liège is making changes to its administrative structures, Faculties, Departments, and Research Units.
n the face of the societal challenges with which it is now confronted, ULiège relies on an increased transversality of teaching content and methods, a better sharing of human resources and infrastructures, as well as on the constitution of larger research teams, based on individuals with complementary skills or still on administrative services with increasingly complex and decompartmentalised tasks.
To provide itself with the means for a dynamic and audacious policy, ULiège is implementing a model of allocation of connected, autonomous and responsible resources, which is as much for the educational sectors as for the research structures and administrations. To this end, it is pursuing its search for alternative financing.
Beyond the adequacy of the means and the necessary adaptations in terms of teaching, training and research, the University must also affirm its territorial anchorage from the diversity of its sites and campuses. It must ensure the development of quality management and a responsible environmental and energy policy.
Its biggest challenge in the coming years will be to fully assume its leading role as a reference university within the Liège-Luxembourg Academic Sector and the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.