Board of Governors
The University's activities are overseen by a capable and highly motivated Board of Governors. The independent members of the Board of Governors and its supporting committees bring a broad variety of skills and experience, usually gained at senior levels within either the private or public sectors.
The Board has overall legal and constitutional responsibility for the conduct of the NTU's affairs in accordance with the Instrument and Articles of Government.
The Board of Governors seeks to conduct its affairs in accordance with recognised good practice in corporate governance.In pursuit of that objective, the Board has formally adopted the Governance Code of Practice published by the Committee of University Chairs (CUC) and embraces the Nolan Principles.
The Board of Governors has approved and adopted a formal Code of Conduct which sets out the principles governing the conduct of its members and the members of its supporting committees.
The primary responsibilities of the Board of Governors are available to download.
The Board is supported by committees which undertake specific tasks on its behalf, in accordance with their respective terms of reference.
Members of the Board of Governors
Minutes of Board of Governors meetings
The Board of Governors usually meets four times during each academic year. The confirmed meeting dates for the Board of Governors are listed below and the minutes of the meetings are published following approval by the Board.
- 27 November 2018
- 12 February 2019
- 14 May 2019
- 9 July 2019
Audit and Risk Management Committee
Strategy, Policy, Finance and Resources Committee
Employment Policy Committee
Membership and Nominations Committee
NTU Development Board
- Sean O'Shea, Chair
- Jill Ridley-Smith, Deputy Chair
- Jo Belton
- Magdalena Douleva
- Derek Gannon
- Sukhi Ghuman
- Neil Goulden
- Peter Jones
- Paul Lester
- Robert McClatchey
- Kathie Moore
- Edward Peck
- Bav Shah
- Bryn Williams
Members are appointed for fixed periods. When vacancies occur, the University is keen to recruit new members who can make a similarly positive contribution to the future development of the institution.
Candidates for appointment to the Board or its committees should be prepared to commit time in applying their skills and experience to the governance of the University and, in line with its strategic aims, be proactive in putting forward the University's case as regional, national and international ambassadors.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Board or its committees, you should contact the Clerk to the Board of Governors for further information.