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Academic Board

Academic Board

The Academic Board was established by the Royal Holloway and Bedford New College Act 1985. It is responsible for our academic work in teaching, examining and research and reports to the College Council.

Membership of the Academic Board is defined in the College Statutes. The Board’s Terms of Reference and Standing Orders are available here. The Academic Board Executive is responsible for agreeing the items of business to be discussed at meetings. The schedule of Academic Board meeting in 2022-23 is available here.

Academic Board Membership

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Academic Board Executive Terms of Reference and Membership


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