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ͼ is governed by a 22-member  representing University and community interests. Senate is led by the Chancellor, elected by the Senate. ͼ Act 1998 grants Senate wide powers to appoint staff, manage and control University affairs and property, and manage and control finances to promote the University's interests.

The (Governance Framework) provides the overall structure and direction for the systematic and disciplined governance and management of ͼ. Committees of the University support decision making for matters associated with the University's key functions. The senior committees of the University are outlined below:

  • Senate Advancement and Community Engagement Committee
  • Campus Infrastructure Committee
  • Senate Committee for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
  • Finance Committee
  • Governance Committee
  • Senate Honorary Awards Committee
  • Senior Executive Remuneration and Performance Committee
  • Risk and Audit Committee.

University Management committees

ͼ Senior Executive Team (USET)

The ͼ Senior Executive Team (USET) includes the Vice-Chancellor, Provost, Chief Operating Officer, Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Executive Deans of the Faculties, and one representative of ͼ's major research institutes. USET has responsibility for advising the Vice-Chancellor on whole-of-university management, strategic direction, budget setting, oversight of risk and assurance, and organisational culture.

Capital Management Group (CMG)

The Capital Management Group (CMG), Chaired by the Vice-Chancellor, reviews all that require Vice-Chancellor or Senate approval, using criteria based on the key requirements and principles under the University’s .

  • Capital expenditure requiring Senate approval will be supported by a business case that will require review and endorsement by CMG and the Finance Committee.
  • Capital expenditure on projects that are within the Vice-Chancellor’s delegation will be approved via CMG review of proposals against a predefined criteria, and using ͼ‘s expenditure delegation framework.

Vice-Chancellor’s Risk and Compliance Committee (VCRCC)

The Vice-Chancellor’s Risk and Compliance Committee (VCRCC) scope includes all governance, risk management and compliance matters for the whole of ͼ including oversight of the risks associated with our relationships with controlled entities, residential colleges, and other ͼ affiliated entities or persons. For clarity, its scope includes internal and external audits, integrity and investigations, research integrity, occupational health and safety and institutional biosafety committee. 


Academic Board

ճ is the University's senior academic advisory body. The Board formulates policy on academic matters including new programs, teaching, learning and assessment, research, promotions, student academic matters, prizes and scholarships. 

Academic Board committees

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For more details about the University's organisational structure and the relationship between its organisational units, use the 岹ٲ.