Universities provide significant support, but we cannot do this alone.
A whole university approach to mental health means significant cultural and structural change.
If you care about higher education and the impact it has on society, we offer a variety of opportunities.
We want every member of staff to feel that they belong, can be themselves and that their opinion counts.
If you care about higher education, its ability to transform people’s lives and impact wider society, joining our team is a great opportunity.
We are based at Woburn House, Tavistock Square, London.
To become one of our members, leaders and their institutions must show they meet a set of values and standards.
We represent the interests of our members abroad as well as at home.
We support vice-chancellors in leading their institutions.
Specialist institutions offer higher education courses and expertise around one specialism.
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Maintaining strong relationships with the government and parliament in Westminster helps us clearly communicate the needs of our members and improves governance of UK higher education.
Our policy work is co-developed with members and wider stakeholders – students, staff and anyone with an interest in seeing universities succeed.
Serving the full range of our members’ needs requires us to work across a variety of activities.
The success of the UK’s higher education sector is built on diversity and autonomy.
The All-Party Parliamentary University Group aims to be the main avenue of communication between parliamentarians and university vice-chancellors.
Our monthly updates are a great way for you to stay up to date with our work, events, and higher education news.