Chancelier in a French University

Dipak Bhattacharya dbhattacharya2004 at YAHOO.CO.IN
Mon Jun 29 13:35:56 UTC 2009

Dear Professor Houben,
Could you kindly let me know the if the term  'Chancelier', with reference to a French University, means what one understands by 'Vice-Chancellor' in India or by 'Rektor' in Holland or Germany. The French equivalent is 'Recteur', I heard somewhere.
Will you kindly clarify?
Best wishes

--- On Tue, 23/6/09, Jan Houben <j_e_m_houben at YAHOO.COM> wrote:

From: Jan Houben <j_e_m_houben at YAHOO.COM>
Subject: eJIM (eJournal of Indian Medicine): new website and new publications
Date: Tuesday, 23 June, 2009, 3:07 AM

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