Definition of rectorship in English:

rectorship

noun

See rector

‘Two people remain in the running for the rectorship of the University of Indonesia after its board of trustees dropped two candidates during a vote on Monday.’
  • ‘Another kind of glory was the opening, during Morgan's rectorship, of The Free Chapel at Prince and Thompson Streets to serve the poor.’
  • ‘As well as the rectorship, Ruffini held a chair of applied mathematics, a chair of practical medicine and a chair of clinical medicine in the University of Modena.’
  • ‘However, he regarded his rectorship as the most important thing in his life, even more important than his mathematical research.’
  • ‘The rectorship means committing oneself to leading this university spiritually and intellectually.’

Pronunciation

rectorship

/ˈrektərˌSHip/ /ˈrɛktərˌʃɪp/