Visiting Committees

Visiting Committees provide one important avenue through which the needs of external key groups can be taken into account in shaping the development of the University.

The role of these committees is to:

  • review program developments and appraise particular educational programs in relation to the needs of industry and professional practice;
  • receive and discuss the annual report of the Head of School;
  • report to Council on any special problems and opportunities facing the School;
  • and aid the development of the School in any other way possible.

Membership consists of an appropriate mix of practitioners and community representatives, together with the professorial staff of schools and representatives from the Alumni Association.

For further information on the role or memberships of Visiting Committees, contact the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education via the contacts listed on the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education & Vice-President page.