University governance is the constitutional forms and processes through which universities govern their affairs. The Board of Governors is the most senior committee in the University's governance structure.
The Board of Governors completed a review of its governance arrangements in November 2012 and approved changes to its operation effective from 1 August 2013. These changes include a reduction in the number of independent members, an increase in the annual number of Board meetings from three to six, and the winding up of the Finance and HR sub-committees. The business conducted by the latter will now be dealt with by the Board.
Board of Governors
Follow the links below for more information about our Board of Governors, their function and responsibilities:
Please contact us if you require any further information:
Dr Robin Kirby
Strategic Advisor to the Vice-Chancellor
Secretary to the Board of Governors
Falmouth University, Penryn Campus
Penryn, Cornwall TR10 9FE
Tel: 01326 213826