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If either of the above three countries is concerned, then see http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doyen where the head of a given faculty is the Doyen "dean of faculty") in English.
Nowadays in France,according to The smae source (Wikipedia), the term "doyen" has been replaced by that of the "Directeur de l'UFR." My local university, Université François Rabelais de Tours has a Président of the whole, and each faculty (or Unité de Formation et de Recherche) has a Doyen, or "dean". In spite of what is provided in Wikipedia, the term "doyen" does exist currently in the French university system.