As part of their educational mission, Universities provide quality and comprehensive education, following contemporary trends in science, technology and arts, as well as international scientific practice. In order to accomplish their mission, Universities are organised and operate via rules and practices that ensure the compliance to and promotion of the following principles:
(a) research and teaching freedom,
(b) research and scientific ethics,
(c) education quality,
(d) service quality, efficiency and performance of HR, resources and facilities management,
(e) total transparency,
(f) impartiality concerning duties and decision making processes,
(g) meritocracy in recruitment and promotion of staff,
(h) gender equality, and inclusion and respect for diversity.

The specific operational principles and rules, the organisation and the individual objectives of each Institution, within the framework of Greek legislation, are defined by its Internal Operational Regulation.

The Internal Operational Regulation controls UoWM organisation and operation in order to ensure integrity, transparency, administration control and decision-making approach, as well as compliance with the law and obligations arising from the mission of the Universities.

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