The Academic Council is the executive and policymaking body on teaching, learning and other academic activities at NU. Its meetings are held once a week.
The following committees operate under the Academic Council:
- Learning and Teaching Committee
- Academic Quality Committee
- Accreditation Advisory Committee
- Library Committee
- Web Committee
- Graduate Studies Committee
Please read the Bylaws of the Academic Council
The Learning and Teaching Committee is an advisory body to Academic Council that oversees the University strategy for learning and teaching, the annual institutional plan for learning and teaching, the identification, dissemination and recognition of best practices and a source for policy and practice developments in this area.
Please read the Learning and Teaching Committee Bylaws
The Accreditation Advisory Committee is a standing body of Academic Council and advises it on the implementation of the University’s strategy related to institutional accreditation and associated institutional initiatives. It provides leadership for the overall direction of, and support for, programme accreditation.
Please read the Accreditation Advisory Committee Bylaws.
Special Learning Needs Committee is a standing advisory body of the Academic Council that is responsible for providing policy recommendations to Academic Council on national and international standards of academic support for students with disabilities and learning impairments, including sight and hearing impairments, learning disabilities, physical disabilities as well as other special learning requirements.
Please read the Special Learning Needs Committee Bylaws.