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The Glasgow Caledonian University Order of Council 2010

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Membership of the University Court

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10.—(1) The ordinary membership of the University Court consists of—

(a)a minimum of nine and a maximum of eighteen appointed governors;

(b)two governors ex officiis; and

(c)three staff governors.

Appointed governors

(2) The ordinary membership is to determine, subject to the limits stated in paragraph (1)(a), the number of appointed governors and is responsible for making those appointments.

(3) The appointed governors will be appointed from persons who have experience of, and have shown capacity in, industrial, commercial or employment matters or in the practice of any profession.

Governors ex officiis

(4) The following are governors ex officiis

(a)the Principal and Vice-Chancellor referred to in article 27; and

(b)the President of the Students’ Association.

Staff governors

(5) Three staff governors are to be appointed as follows—

(a)one is to be elected by the Senate from among the members of academic staff who are members of the Senate;

(b)one is to be elected by the academic staff from among the members of such staff; and

(c)one is to be elected by the support staff from among the members of such staff.

(6) The University Court is responsible for the holding and conduct of elections for the appointment of staff governors.

(7) After consultation with the members of the Senate, the members of academic staff and the members of support staff, as appropriate, the University Court—

(a)must make rules for the conduct of elections for the appointment of staff governors; and

(b)may vary or revoke and replace such rules.

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