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Academic Council

The Academic Council, which is provided for by the Dublin Institute of Technology Act, 1992, is appointed by the Governing Body to assist in the planning, co-ordination, development and overseeing of the educational work of the Institute and to protect, maintain and develop the academic standards of the courses and the activities of the Institute.

The Council comprises of the President, Directors, senior academic staff, elected academic staff and students. There are some ninety members and normally there are four meetings per academic year.

Within the general commitment to continually developing and improving programmes across the Institute, it is the statutory responsibility of the Council to recommend appropriate procedures for implementation in relation to course validation, approval, monitoring and review, with a view to maintaining and promoting high academic standards in all courses offered by the Institute.

Sub-Committees of Academic Council

Minutes of Academic Council (External access)

Minutes of Academic Council (Internal access)