Taught Student Education Board
Taught Student Education Board (TSEB) is responsible for providing strategic direction to the Student Education area.
Faculty Taught Student Education Committees
Faculty Taught Student Education Committees are responsible for the quality and standard of the school's student education provision, quality assurance procedures, developing student education policy and identifying, implementing and sharing good practice.
Programme approval groups
These groups have responsibility for approving new programmes, new modules and major programme amendments.
The Progress and Examinations Group ratifies examination results of all postgraduate research degrees and awards those degrees.
School Taught Student Education Committees
These committees have responsibility for monitoring the assurance of quality in their constituent schools.
School Assessment Boards
Schools are required to hold their examinations and assessments in accordance with University principles (standard Assessment Board terms of reference and template agendas and minutes are provided for this)
School Special Circumstances Committees
Schools are required to hold their examinations and assessments in accordance with University principles (standard School Special Circumstances Committee terms of reference, template agenda and minutes are provided for this purpose).
School Progression and Awards Boards
Schools are required to hold their examinations and assessments in accordance with University principles; School Progression and Awards Board terms of reference, a template agenda and minutes are provided for this purpose.
Graduate Board is responsible for providing strategic direction to all matters relating to postgraduate researcher (PGR) education.
Faculty Graduate School Committees
Faculty Graduate School Committees oversee Faculty-level strategy and operations on all matters relating to postgraduate researcher and postgraduate researchers. Their common core terms of reference give all faculties a clear route of communication to Graduate Board.
PGR Programmes and Quality Group
FInd out more about the group, including terms of reference, membership and dates.
Scholarships, studentships and prizes
The Group has regard to the academic priorities of the University and the policy of the Graduate Board:
The Higher Doctorate is the highest degree which the University can award to a candidate. Within the relevant field of study the candidate must have distinguished themselves by their original contribution to scholarship.
Postgraduate Researcher Development Steering Group
The Postgraduate Researcher Development Steering Group provides strategic direction, oversight and accountability for the delivery of research and transferable skills professional development for postgraduate researchers at the University