About the University

University Structure

University Structure

The University is led and managed by the Vice-Chancellor and Executive Board. Our core functions are delivered through three academic faculties.

The University is governed by a number of statutory bodies. The Executive Board comprises the senior management team that has oversight of the day-to-day running of the University.

Find out more about the University's governance and management.

Supporting our mission statement

We have three core academic functions:

  • research and innovation
  • teaching and learning, and the student experience
  • engagement and internationalisation

Strategic leadership of each of these areas is provided, on a university-wide basis, by a pro-vice-chancellor.

Delivery of our core functions occurs in our three academic faculties:

The faculties consists of a number of academic units, including schools, research institutes and research centres. Each faculty is also led and managed by a pro-vice-chancellor.

This is the academic map of the University. We envisage the core functions as institutional activities cutting across the three faculties.

Find out more about the delivery of teaching and research.

University staff and students

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We have a break down of our staff and student numbers.