Terms of reference

Strategic Responsibilities

  • To provide a forum for deliberation on matters of academic policy and the development of taught education across* the Faculty to enable the achievement of the College Strategy.
  • To consider and advise on developments in the educational portfolio of the Faculty.
  • To assess the implications of proposed new policies and procedures (both internal and external) and contribute to QAEC discussion or directly to external bodies.
  • To advise, implement and monitor new policies and procedures (both internal and external) which affect the activities and/or administration of teaching.

* Includes undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes of study and short course provision. The Committee may consider items related to postgraduate research provision, for example the results of the Postgraduate Research Experience Survey, if there are not other groups or committees in place to do that within the Faculty/Centre.

 Quality and Standards Responsibilities

  • To provide a forum for the discussion of student issues and to monitor the student experience, for example through consideration of the outcomes of student survey results and staff‐student committees, at all points of delivery.
  • To ensure the effective implementation of the College’s Annual Monitoring process by (i) the receipt and consideration of Department’s Annual Monitoring Reports (AMRs) (ii) the preparation of an annual summary report on issues and emerging themes arising from the Committee’s consideration of the AMRs, for submission to the Quality Assurance and Enhancement Committee (QAEC) including for any collaborative programmes (iii) the development and ongoing oversight of an action plan to address issues arising through the annual monitoring process.
  • To identify through the annual monitoring, periodic review and other quality assurance mechanisms, good practice and innovation in learning, teaching and assessment and promote its dissemination across the Faculty and elsewhere in the College.
  • To consider on an annual basis College summaries of external examiner reports and identify and monitor actions arising from the reports at Faculty and College level.
  • To consider reports of Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Bodies (PSRB) on undergraduate and postgraduate taught provision and make recommendations for action as appropriate.
  • To recommend to Programmes Committee proposals for and changes to short course provision in accordance with the schedule of delegation.
  • To recommend to Programmes Committee major modifications for existing programmes of study.
  • To recommend to Programmes Committee for approval changes to the threshold and additional entry requirements for existing programmes of study.
  • To have oversight of programme specifications for taught degree programmes and course specifications for short course provision.
  • To have oversight of marking schemes and schemes for award of honours.
  • To oversee departmental arrangements for the consideration of special cases for admission and to have oversight of all special case decisions.
  • To oversee the professional skills development programme for Master’s level students.
  • To approve new student exchange partnerships and the renewal of existing student exchange partnerships and report these to QAEC.
  • Where applicable, receive minutes from the joint management boards for the Faculty’s collaborative programme.
  • To report regularly through summary reports to QAEC.
  • Where appropriate to appoint sub‐committees to carry out the above responsibilities.

 To be quorate a minimum of one third of members need to be present.

Constitution and membership

  • A senior representative for educational leadership for the Faculty as Chair;
  • A College Consul;
  • At least two student representatives;
  • Additional members to be determined by each Faculty

For meetings including consideration of quality and standards matters:

  • At least one representative from the Registry nominated by the Academic Registrar or Director of Academic Quality and Standards;
  • A representative from the Educational Development Unit;
  • Student representation including the ICU Deputy President Education and Postgraduate Representation Committee representative 
Membership (Academic year 2021/22)
Professor Richard Green (Chair) Associate Dean Education Quality
Jolande Bot-Vos Academic Director, MSc International Management, MSc Management
Dr Lara Cathcart Academic Director, MSc Finance, MSc Risk Management & Financial Engineering, MSc Financial Technology
Dr Baggy Cox Academic Director, MSc International Health Management
Dr Mirabelle Muuls Ralf Martin Academic Director, MSc Climate Change, Management & Finance
Tin Yau (Daniel) Lo Imperial College Union Representative
Leila Guerra Vice Dean Education
Professor Ann Muggeridge College Consul
Heather Lincoln Library Representative
Dr Stephen Hansen Academic Director, MSc Economics & Strategy for Business
Professor Ian Mackenzie Academic Director, EMBA
Dr Omar Merlo Academic Director, MSc Strategic Marketing, SAMBA
Damiano Morando Student Representative
Dr Iro Ntonia/Dr Richard Bale Education Development Unit Representative
Professor Markus Perkmann Academic Director, MBA
Professor Carol Propper Academic Director, MRes & Doctoral
Dr Michelle Rogan Academic Director, MSc IEM
Dr Pedro Rosa-Dias Director, Undergraduate Studies
Veronica Russell Director, Education Quality
Professor James Sefton Academic Director, MSc Finance & Accounting, MSc Investment & Wealth Management, MSc Financial Technology
Professor Kalyan Talluri Academic Director, MSc Business Analytics Online
Karen Tweddle Director, Education Quality
Kirstie Ward Registry Representative
Professor Wolfram Wiesemann Academic Director, MSc Business Analytics
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Meeting dates and deadlines


Committee dates (Academic year 2022/23)Submission deadlines (Academic year 2022/23)
01 November 2022 18 October 2022
02 February 2023 19 January 2023
25 May 2023 11 May 2023
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Agenda items (including papers) should be submitted to the committee secretary two weeks prior to the committee meeting. Papers will normally be circulated to members one week prior to the committee meeting. 



Academic year 2018/19
Academic year 2017/18
Academic year 2016/17
Academic year 2015/16

*Minutes to be approved at the next meeting.