The Council of Nile University is the governing and executive body of the University. It is responsible for the finance, property, investments and general business of the University, and for setting its general strategic direction. The Council has six formally constituted committees, to which it delegates part of its authority.
The Council brings together alumni, national and neighbourhood organizations as key stakeholders, to help the University further the implementation of the University Strategy.
The president of the university: the chief academic and administrative officer of the University, who has the general responsibility to the Council for maintaining and promoting the efficiency and good order of the University. The University. The President exercises considerable influence upon the development of institutional strategy, the identification and planning of new developments, and the shaping of the institutional philosophy. The President focuses primarily on the University’s external relations.
The following are chaired by the University President:
The Senate is the highest academic authority of the University. Its role is to approve Academic Programs, award degrees, approve academic regulations and all matters related to the Education and research functions of the University.
The Academic Secretary reports directly to the President and is responsible for the delivery of the University’s core mission: education and research. The Academic Secretary and the President together have responsibility for the strategic academic administration and development of the University.
University Administration, Policies and Regulations