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Governance, policies and procedures
The Council is the supreme governing body of King's College London. It is supported by a number of standing committees which aid its business and decision-making processes.
Some committees report directly to the Council. Other committees which are primarily concerned with teaching and research report to the Academic Board, which in turn is a standing committee of Council. Academic Board is responsible for the academic work of the university, including teaching, assessment and research.
King's committee structure is detailed in the Delegations Chart (pdf 430kb).
Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the university makes information on key committees publically available. For further details on how King's meets its requirements under the Act, see our Publication Scheme.
The Academic Board is responsible for the academic work of the university.
This Committee reviews and assures the effectiveness of internal control systems and the risk…
The Chairs' Committee scrutinises and reviews the progress of strategic plans.
The Estates Strategy Committee is responsible for the university's estates strategy.
This committee makes recommendations for the award of Honorary Degrees and Fellowships.
The Finance Committee formulates policies to manage and control the university's finances.
This committee implements processes for managing membership of the Council and its committees.
This Remuneration Committee determines the remuneration and terms of service of senior post…