We support vice-chancellors in leading their institutions. This helps the universities they represent to improve and bring about positive changes to higher education, our society and globally.
Learning from peers is invaluable. We bring together vice-chancellors at different stages of their leadership to share experiences and best practice. We provide opportunities for them to discuss the challenges they face within the context of the evolving political and policy environment.
There are about 20 new vice-chancellors within our membership each year. We support them as they transition into their new leadership role through peer-to-peer learning. We draw on advice from lessons learned in the past, provide expert insights, and share learning from other sectors.
Mid-term vice-chancellors have been in their role for 3–5 years. We offer opportunities for them to consider the challenges of moving an organisation from a first to a second strategic framework or refreshing a strategy. We look at this in the context of political and policy developments, and through learning from other sectors.