EPFL’s vice presidencies coordinate the School’s activities. Each one is led by a vice president who is part of the School’s management team. Some also have associate vice presidents responsible for a specific area.
Vice presidents have decision-making authority over the activities they are responsible for. They are appointed by the ETH Board upon the recommendation of the EPFL president.
The VPA ensures EPFL delivers excellence in research and education. It works through five associate Vice Presidencies.
The VPI the interface with industrial milieus, in particular through the EPFL Innovation Park, a place of interaction and proximity between companies and the campus.
The VPO oversees campus development as well as activities related to construction, security and operations, human resources, information systems and procurement.
The VPF is responsible for developing and implementing EPFL’s financial strategy. It oversees financial planning, controlling, accounting and treasury operations.
The Vice Presidency for Responsible Transformation works to reinforce values such as inclusion and sustainability throughout the School’s campus.