The Board of Education (UN) is a general body for the university that is tasked with handling strategic issues intended to support, coordinate, stimulate and develop education at Bachelor's and Master's level. The UN makes decisions, submits proposals to the university board and the vice-chancellor and delegates tasks to the programme boards.
The UN consists of a chairperson, five teachers/researchers with a deputy, an external member with experience of the higher education sector and two student representatives. The staff organisations and the chairs of the programme boards are entitled to be present and make representations.
Read more about the duties of the Board of Education in the SLU Board's delegation of authority.