University governance review in Scotland

I have previously pointed out in this blog that I have been asked by the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Michael Russell MSP, to chair a review of university governance in Scotland. The remit of this review was published by the government on Wednesday. The key principles against which governance is to be assessed are democratic accountability, autonomy, transparency, the effectiveness of management and governance, the clarity of strategic purpose, and its efficient implementation.

The review panel is now calling for submissions from interested parties. My invitation to do so can be found here. More specifically, those wanting to submit are invited to answer a number of questions, which can be found here.

This review will benefit from the submission of a wide range of views, and I hope that readers of this blog will be willing to support the exercise in this way.

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2 Comments on “University governance review in Scotland”

  1. Al Says:

    Your invitation link isnt working

  2. anna notaro Says:

    The book by Eric Barendt entitled Academic Freedom and the Law: A Comparative Study Hart Pub. 2010), see this week’s THE’s review might offer some interesting insights into the concept of university governance from an international perspective.

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