Governance refers to the framework of rules, relationships, systems and processes by which an enterprise is directed, controlled and held to account and whereby authority within an organisation is exercised and maintained. It encompasses authority, accountability, stewardship and leadership, and direction and control exercised in any organisation.
The college is managed by its board of directors and board of supervisors, which was established in 1995 by The Asia Pacific School of Business. The board of directors has 7 members, who take turns in a four-year system and are elected by its standing committee.
The supervisory board is composed of external members, employees, students and graduates. The Board of Supervisors will have 9 members, who will take turns in a four-year system, and will be elected by the Board of Supervisors.
The Asia Pacific School of business implements the president responsibility system under the leadership of the board of directors. The president is the full authority manager of the school, and she or he is only responsible to the board of directors; the administration vice-president is the premier of the school; the academic vice-president is the academic executive officer; the executive vice-president is the teaching and Research Manager of the school; she (he) accepts the triple leadership management system of the president, the director of education and the board of directors.
The main responsibilities of the board of directors include:
The main responsibilities of the board of supervisors include:
The Vice-Principal & President is responsible to the University’s Council for the academic standards, management and administration of the University.
The Vice-Principal is supported by an Executive to whom most of the University’s organisational units report.
The Executive comprises:
The Asia Pacific School of Business founding board has appointed an Advisory Board which consists of one or more members. The members of the Advisory Board are appointed for a limited period and each appointment may be renewed at the end of the initial period.
The Advisory Board is responsible for the implementation of the purpose of the foundation and can independently give substance to the performance of its task. The founding board may dismiss a member of the Advisory Board if that member acts or performs his/her duties in a manner that does not concur with the purpose of the foundation.