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University of Bath

Senior Management team

The Vice-Chancellor and the Senior Management team manage the University and lead on key strategies and projects.

Senior academic and administrative officers provide support to the Senior Management team through the University Executive Committee.


  • Ian White

    Vice-Chancellor and President
    A portrait photo of Professor Ian White

    The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian White, is both the academic leader and chief executive of the University.

  • Jeremy Bradshaw

    Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International & Doctoral)
    Professor Jeremy Bradshaw

    The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International & Doctoral) is responsible for the growth and development of the University’s new Doctoral College.

  • Peter Lambert

    Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching)
    Professor Peter Lambert, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching)

    Responsible for all aspects of the delivery and planning of our Learning and Teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate taught levels.

  • Jonathan Knight

    Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)
    Professor Jonathan Knight

    The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) is responsible for developing and implementing our Research Strategy.

  • Keith Zimmerman

    Chief Operating Officer

    Keith Zimmerman helps to oversee the University’s strategic plan and is responsible for key corporate functions.

  • Cassie Wilson

    Vice-President (Student Experience)
    Photograph of Dr Cassie Wilson

    The Vice-President (Student Experience), Dr Cassie Wilson, focuses on student experience, engagement and wellbeing.

  • Martin Williams

    Director of Finance
    Martin Williams

    The Director of Finance is responsible for the University's financial strategy and the policies and procedures supporting it.

  • Nicky Kemp

    Director of Policy, Planning & Compliance
    Dr Nicky Kemp

    Nicky Kemp is responsible for the University’s strategic and operational planning, risk management and performance monitoring activities.