Programme Management Board (PMB)

The Programme Management Board (PMB) is a University-level Board, which reports to its parent committee – the Learning, Teaching and Quality Committee (LTQC). The Board also conducts an initial scrutiny of new programme proposals, before submission to the Programme Approval Committee.

The purpose of the Board is to ensure the University effectively oversees and strategically directs the management, development and review of its programme portfolio at all levels (Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught and Postgraduate Research). The Board is responsible for assessing the viability of new proposals and prioritising development to maximise success. Finally, it is within the remit of the Board to manage, review and approve tuition fees at all levels (Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught and Postgraduate Research).

For more information, please see the dedicated FAQ section.

Chair: Professor Martin Stringer

Secretary: Jennifer Hann

Paper submission: Please complete and attach the Board’s cover sheet to your paper, and submit it to

Enquiries: If you require further information at any time, please email


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