Structure and Staff
UT is structured into academic and non-academic units. Academic units include the faculties, colleges and institutions of the university. The principal unit of the academic structure is the institute, which brings together research and teaching in closely related disciplines.
As of the end of 2011, the university employed 3600 people of whom approximately 50% (i.e. 1700) are members of the academic staff (including 180 professors). In 2011, the proportion of full-time teachers and researchers holding a PhD was approximately 70%.
As becomes a respected research university, recent years have witnessed an increase in the number and proportion of UT's academic employees. The number of administrative and support staff providing support services to academic units has remained approximately the same.
There are approximately 18,000 students (as of 31.12.2011) studying at the university's nine faculties and four colleges. The number of visiting and international students is about 800. The number of doctoral students is 1400, with around 100 doctoral defences taking place each year.
UT employee contact information is available on the "Contacts" page.