The Senatus Academicus (Senate) is the University's supreme academic body.
The core function of the Senate is to regulate and superintend the teaching and discipline of the University and to promote research. The Senate is chaired by the Principal & Vice-Chancellor.
Senate meets three times per year. At each meeting, Senate hosts a presentation and discussion session which is open to all members of staff.
The Senate Exception Committee can be convened to make urgent formal business decisions between meetings of Senate. For further information, please see 'Conduct of Senate Business' below.
Senate Elections – Academic staff members
Senate Standing Committee elections
Role of the Senate and its Committees
Conduct of Senate Business
Agendas, papers and minutes
Dates of meetings