Our Board of Governors provides leadership, strategic direction and scrutiny to enable us to achieve our purpose of creating and supporting extraordinary graduates, practitioners and work across the creative and performing arts.
The Board is made up of 21 members, of whom 15 are lay members, and 6 drawn from the University.
As well as contributing a broad range of skills and experience, our Board members bring challenge and insight, making sure we meet our long-term academic and business plans and key performance indicators.
Further details regarding the Board's work are available in the ‘Legal framework’ and ‘How the Institution is organised’ sections of the University’s Freedom of Information publication scheme.
A register of members’ interests (together with those of the co-opted member of Audit & Risk Committee, holders of senior posts, and members of the University Executive Group) can be found in the Lists and registers section of the scheme.