Committees and panels
This page provides information on the roles and support given by committees and panels in maintaining and defining educational policy and standards of the University
The Education Committee has overall responsibility for the definition and ongoing review of the educational philosophy, policy and standards of the collegiate University in respect of the teaching, learning and assessment. The Education Committee is supported by a number of panels and sub-committees.
The Education Committee has overall responsibility for the definition and ongoing review of the educational philosophy, policy and standards of the collegiate University in respect of teaching, learning and assessment. It is one of the five main committees of Council.
Chaired by the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education), the Committee contributes to policy development and guidance, considers proposed amendments to programmes and examination regulations, and deals with individual dispensations.
- Membership (Council Secretariat site) and Terms of Reference (Governance site)
- Papers for members and relevant officers (MT 2022 onwards via SharePoint Online)
- Agendas and papers categorised as ‘open’ are accessible to all members of the University (via SharePoint Online)
- Committee meetings take place 10.00am-1.00pm on Thursdays in weeks 2, 5 and 8 of term
Panels and sub-committees
The Education Committee is supported by a number of panels and sub-committees.
|Committee||Papers from MT 2022|
|Taught Degrees Panel||Sharepoint site|
|Research Degrees Panel||Sharepoint site|
|Quality Assurance Sub-committee||Sharepoint site|
|Graduate Admissions Committee||Sharepoint site|
|Graduate Access Working Group||N/A|
|Student Wellbeing Sub-committee||Sharepoint site|
|Joint Sub-committee (of Education Committee) with student members||Sharepoint site|
|OLI Management Committee||Sharepoint site|
|Permanent Private Halls Supervisory Committee||Sharepoint site|
|Sports Strategic Sub-committee||Sharepoint site|
|Joint Fees and Student Support Advisory Group (JFSSAG)||Sharepoint site|
Education Policy Support
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