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Definition of "vice-rector" []

  • A deputy or assistant rector. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "vice-rector" in a sentence
  • "Mr. Saint-Macary said a study by the university's vice-rector claims 38 to 57 per cent of students in the MBA and project administration programs are French-speaking when the real number is less than 16 per cent."
  • "Botman, who has held the position of vice-rector (teaching) at the institution since 2002, was appointed on Friday following a special meeting of the university's council."
  • "Acting UWC vice-rector, Professor Peter Vale, said being chosen to host the ILO lecturers was a "great honour and acknowledges the university's role in leading the debate on issues of developing economies"."