Academic Board

Academic Board is the principal academic governance body of the University. It oversees the academic governance of the University's mission and the quality of the University's academic programs, advises the Council and Vice-Chancellor on academic matters, and provides a forum for discussion on teaching and research-related issues.

The Academic Board has a number of committees including Academic Board Standing Committee, University Research Committee, University Teaching and Learning Committee, and University Academic Program Committee. More details of each of these committees can be found under Academic Board Committees.

The Academic Board works closely with the senior executive of the University as well as with the University Council, to ensure that the University's academic programs and outcomes are of the highest quality.

Members of Academic Board and its committees are drawn from senior management, academic and professional staff and students. The membership structure and current members of Academic Board can be found under Membership. The members of the Academic Board Committees are detailed under the relevant  committees.

Further information regarding Academic Board, including the board's Terms of Reference, meeting dates, business papers, and induction and election details can be found using the left-hand menu.

If you have further questions regarding Academic Board, please refer to the Academic Board Contacts page or email