The University of Strathclyde was established by Royal Charter in 1964. The Charter sets out the power and functions of the University as well as identifying the key officers and committees within the University's structure.
The Charter has recently been reviewed, following a period of consultation, with these revisions being approved by the Privy Council in November 2010.
The Statutes and Ordinances have also been reviewed in order to be consistent with the revised Charter. The revised Statutes were also approved by the Privy Council in November 2010; and the revised Ordinances were approved by the University Court in June 2010 and implemented in November 2010 (once the Charter and Statute changes were approved).
The University has a bicameral structure with Court as the supreme governing body and Senate as the supreme academic governing body.
- Committee Structure
- University Management
- University Calendar 2012/13
- Statement of Primary Responsibilities