Syndicates and Boards
Syndicates report directly to the Regent House to ensure the Regent House is properly engaged, involved and accountable in the strategic direction and operational management of the University's academic and other activities.
Many of the non-School institutions or University services and facilities are provided and managed by Boards and Syndicates, for example, the admission and progression of graduate students (the Board of Graduate Studies), the organization of exams (Board of Examinations), and student accommodation (the Accommodation Syndicate). Two Syndicates also oversee the operations of the University's main business enterprises: Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment.
List of Syndicates
List of Boards
|Board of Examinations
Board of Executive and Professional Education
Board of Graduate Studies
Board of History and Philosophy of Science
Board of Land Economy
Board of Scrutiny
Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership: Management Board
Nomination Board (for the offices of Chancellor and High Steward)
Sainsbury Laboratory: Board of Managers
Theoretical Cosmology Centre: Scientific Advisory Board
Trophoblast Centre for Research: Scientific Advisory Board
University and Assistants Joint Board
Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability: Advisory Board
Full listings of University Committees, Syndicates, Boards and other University Bodies and their memberships are published each year in Lent Term as a special issue of the Reporter - Members of University bodies (Officers number, Parts II and III).