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Nigel Carrington

David Richardson
University of the Arts London
Vice-Chancellor

​Nigel Carrington is Vice-Chancellor of University of the Arts Lodon (UAL), a global top-six university for art and design made up of Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Arts, London College of Communication, London College of Fashion and Wimbledon College of Arts. 

Before joining UAL he was Managing Partner at law firm Baker & McKenzie and Managing Director of the McLaren Group. He is Chairman of the Henry Moore Foundation, a director of the Creative Industries Federation, a trustee of The English Concert, a governor of International Students House and a member of the Universities UK board.

Blog

Understanding student suicide

16 February 2018
John de Pury, UUK's policy lead on mental health, discusses the issue of student suicide, including suicide prevention and response.

Disappearing part-time and mature students: time for change

6 February 2018
Professor Julie Lydon, Vice-Chancellor of the University of South Wales, discusses the importance of part-time and mature students and the future needs of employers. Universities UK is launching a new project to look at the matter.