(2)In that Table “governing body” has the meaning given by section 90 of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992.
|Type of institution||Responsible body|
|1. Institution within the further education sector.||The governing body.|
|2. University.||The governing body.|
|3. Institution, other than a university, within the higher education sector.||The governing body.|
|4. Institution designated under section 28R(6)(c).||The body specified in the order as the responsible body.]|
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