About the Registry
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The Registry is the central focus for academic administration in the University, and includes the following major functions: admissions and student recruitment, student records, arrangements for the conduct of examinations, the timetabling of teaching, student-related statistical reporting and returns to statutory bodies, student attendance at degree congregations, careers advice, records management, Faculty/School liaison and leadership on business process review.

For further information, see What is a registry?

The Registry team of around seventy staff is currently headed by the Deputy Academic Registrar, who reports to the University's Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning & Teaching). If you would like to contact the Registry please e-mail James Olver, Personal Assistant to the Registry's Senior Team.

Employers seeking references for former students or degree verification should follow the guidance here.