University Strategy 2014-2017

Responsibility for the University Strategy rests with the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Neil Quigley.


The University Strategy was adopted by Council in December 2013 for the period 2014-2017.

The University Strategy, which flows from the University's Charter and Vision, serves as a high-level template for integrated planning across the University.

The University has identified six inter-related strategic actions to enable us to fulfil our commitment to our Charter and realise our Vision.

The Strategy is underpinned by the University's Academic Plan and a range of other plans which are closely integrated within a complete planning framework.  The University has robust processes for performance monitoring and reporting against agreed actions and KPIs.

Read the University Strategy 2014-2017.

Actions

Action 1 Provide a relevant, future-focussed curriculum and world-class student experience
Action 2 Conduct world-leading research and develop innovative researchers
Action 3 Strengthen engagement and partnerships regionally and nationally
Action 4 Implement a comprehensive programme of internationalisation
Action 5 Embed a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership across the University
Action 6 Ensure sustainable practices in all aspects of University activity

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