There are five committees of the Board of Governors:
The main aim of the Academic Scrutiny Committee is to provide academic oversight and to scrutinise the Academic Board and the Senior Management Team ensure the highest standards of learning, teaching and research are met in order to enhance the academic experience and student outcomes.
The aim of the Audit Committee is to advise the University on the adequacy and effectiveness of its systems of internal control and current arrangements for risk management, control and governance processes, compliance, and securing efficiency and effectiveness.
The purpose of the Finance and Resources Committee is to advise the Board of Governors on financial strategy, financial sustainability and to review staffing strategies and policies including pension arrangements. They are also expected to advise the Board on infrastructure matters including Information Technology and Estates Strategies.
The main purpose of the Nominations and Governance Committee is to make recommendations to the Board on the appointment of Governors, on the chairing and membership of committees and for the efficiency and effectiveness of governance.
The purpose of the Remuneration Committee is to determine the remuneration of the Vice Chancellor, the University Secretary and such other senior staff as may be brought within the purview of the Committee.
Academic Development Committee
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