Our strategy to drive excellence in education and high-impact research, foster an outstanding and inclusive community, and enhance our strategic partnerships.
About the University
We received our Royal Charter in 1966 and are now established as a top 10 UK university with a reputation for research and teaching excellence.
86% overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2022 - 1st in England and 3rd in UK when comparing institutions in the Guardian University Guide
Our governance structure and the roles and responsibilities of the Council, Senate and associated statutory bodies.
The Chancellor is the ceremonial head of the University and one of its most prominent ambassadors.
The Vice-Chancellor and the Senior Management team manage the University and lead on key strategies and projects.
Senior staff within our faculties and departments.
We have three Faculties, one School, 16 Departments and three Institutes.
Our research spans a number of fields and we work together in cross-disciplinary groups.
View our upcoming public lectures and register to attend.
More people than ever are forced to flee conflict and persecution to find safety and sanctuary. Find out how we're working to help refugees and asylum seekers.
How we are tackling climate change, through cutting emissions and embedding climate action in how we do business, leading research and high quality teaching.
An overview of our commitment to carrying out research, teaching and business activities within a comprehensive ethical framework.
You can make a request for any recorded information held by the University, subject to relevant exemptions.
The terms and scope of the Data Protection Act and how they apply to the University.
The University's Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 July 2020, including the financial report and the strategic and operational review.
Our latest annual report and accounts, as well as financial statements and annual reports from previous years.
Our Access Agreements set out how we intend to enhance access, student success and progression for under-represented and disadvantaged groups