Students and staff at London Metropolitan University called on their governments to leave today as fears were raised about the future of the university.
The board of governors in the largest university in London, will meet for the first time yesterday, since its members were briefed by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to “consider his position.”
They were given the warning after an investigation by Sir David Melville were accused of claiming money for thousands of students do not exist.
And the protesters are scheduled to meet outside the meeting in the building at Moorgate in the city to urge them to resign.
The University and College Union (UCU) The statement of the university can not receive core funding from HEFCE do not follow the instructions of Council funding.
General Secretary of the UCU, Sally Hunt, said: “Nobody can have confidence in the university until it has been a good shake at the top and those responsible for the present ruins are gone.
“The staff and students are not to blame for the disaster at the university is, however, continue to suffer.”
A university spokesman, said earlier this month, the Board should respond to the report of Melville after their meeting.