How are topics selected for audit?

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We agree a programme of audits with each higher education provider's audit committee and senior staff. Audits are chosen because:

  • they link to your risk register – for example, a particular process may be identified as an important component in managing risk, so the audit committee want reassurance that it is working as expected; or
  • they are a core part of the organisation’s administrative systems and the audit committee want reassurance that they are running effectively; or
  • they are particularly topical across higher education – for example UK Visa and Immigration Compliance and data returns.

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