UCL governance and committees

Governance at UCL

Governance UCL’s governance structure includes the Council, the Academic Board and a formal committee structure. The Council is UCL’s governing body and Academic Board its senior academic authority. The operational management of UCL is the responsibility of the Provost’s Senior Management Team (SMT).

UCL's formal committees

Formal Committees These pages contain information about Council, Academic Board and UCL's standing committees, including details of their constitutions and memberships, terms of reference and dates of meetings. Non-confidential minutes of formal committee meetings are also available.

Quality management and enhancement

QME UCL adopts and pursues an explicitly academic-led quality management and enhancement (QME) strategy, which reflects our recognition that the active and critical engagement of our academic staff is central to the fulfilment of our mission. The key features of this academic-led approach are detailed here.

Research governance

Research Governance UCL has adopted a set of research governance policies and procedures which underpins UCL’s expectations for the conduct of research and defines action to be taken in the event that an individual is suspected or accused of research misconduct.

UCL academic structure

Academic Structure Find further information on the academic organisation of UCL, including a list of formal academic units established by the Council and information on restructuring of the academic units.

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