Organization Chart
YCU divides its roles between a management organization and an academic organization, the respective areas of authority and responsibility of which have been clearly defined.

The Management Council is the body that discusses and deliberates on important issues regarding management of the corporation. It is made up of several Trustees including experts outside the university and a Chairperson who represents the Corporation and heads the Corporation.

The Academic Council is the body that discusses and deliberates on important issues regarding education and research. It is headed by a President, who has ultimate responsibility for academic matters and is assisted by a Vice President. Its membership is drawn only from the academic ranks, such as the Heads of each Faculty and Division, to secure its independence and autonomy as an academic organization. Furthermore, the Vice President and Hospital President both sit upon the Management Council, and the President acts as its Vice Chairperson, meaning that research and education concerns are directly reflected in the management of the university.