Governance is the way in which the University structures itself to ensure that it has effective strategic leadership and executive management in the realisation of its mission.
Key areas of governance include:
- Board of Governors and its sub-committees
- regulations and Scheme of Delegation
- executive committees
- legal status
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Key areas of governance
Board of Governors
The Board of Governors is the University’s governing body. The Board is the supreme authority within the University.
Regulations and Scheme of Delegation
The University is conducted in accordance with the Articles of Association and the Regulations. The Board delegates some responsibilities to its committees and the executive.
Executive leadership within the University is provided by the Vice-Chancellor. The Senior Management Team (SMT) is responsible for advising the Vice-Chancellor.