Faculty and central directorate structure
Including • art and design • business systems and IT • communication and media • computers and computing • engineering and technology • mathematics and statistics • multimedia and internet.
Including • built environment • counselling • criminology and community justice • education • English • environment • film, theatre and performance • forensics • geography • history • law • planning, regeneration and housing • psychology • social sciences.
Including • biosciences • diagnostic radiography • nursing and midwifery • occupational therapy • operating department practitioners • paramedic studies • physiotherapy • radiotherapy and oncology • social work • sport and active lifestyles.
Including • business and management • facilities management • finance • food and nutrition • language and culture • tourism, hospitality and leisure.
We help raise the University's profile and manage its reputation. Internally, we help to ensure that a clear sense of direction and priorities for action are communicated across the University and understood by all employees.
We're responsible for the day-to-day management of the University's financial systems, processing all purchasing and payment operations and offering professional advice to staff. We also ensure compliance with statutory and regulatory financial requirements.
We support the University community with a range of essential services. These include • accommodation • portering • cleaning • sport and fitness facilities • catering • security • printing. The directorate is also responsible for providing and maintaining the University's physical environment.
We support the recruitment, retention, reward and development of a high-calibre and engaged workforce.
We work closely with faculties and other central departments to implement the University's international development strategy and its aims and objectives. Our responsibilities include recruiting international students and building international business and partnership opportunities.
We research the needs of our consumers and the higher education market. We use this knowledge to develop a distinctive position for the University and create engaging communications to help achieve recruitment targets and generate research and knowledge transfer income.
We support the University's research activities. We also work to develop a spirit of enterprise in students and staff and to encourage collaborations with businesses.
We're responsible for the delivery of learning, IT and advisory services. We support students and staff, from pre-entry to career guidance, and many of the University's underpinning processes and systems.
We provide professional specialist services to the faculties, departments, executive and board of governors of the University. We advise on • process improvement • strategy development and implementation • planning • decision-making • assurance • legal compliance.