Our Strategy was launched in 2016 and provides a roadmap that sets out our goals in six key areas. Here you will find a timeline for implementation (PDF, 16kB) and updates on our progress as we put our strategy into effect over the next seven years.
Latest update: September 2017
Senate House - on the brink of a new era
We are about to begin a programme of major redevelopment of our Clifton campus as a key part of the University's strategy. This means we must empty Senate House for refurbishment by Easter 2018, so that it can be repurposed into a new student resource centre.
In the coming months, there will be a series of moves of staff currently based in Senate House - including Academic Registry, HR and Finance amongst others - to alternative office locations across the campus. These moves create an opportunity for us to provide improved office layouts, technology and equipment that will enable relocated staff to adopt new ways of working.
We will provide an outstanding research-rich, innovative and inclusive education to prepare our students for a rapidly-changing world.
Research, innovation and partnerships
We will cement our position as one of the world’s leading research-intensive universities and be an exemplar of openness and collaboration.
Our staff and ways of working
We will recruit, develop and retain the best staff and provide them with a challenging, high-performing and supportive environment
- Governance review
- Personal development and performance management
- Staff engagement plan
- Increase diversity within our staff population
Internationalisation and global relations
We will further internationalise our student experience, deepen our alliances worldwide and reinforce our global reputation for excellence.
- International student recruitment
- EU referendum impact
- Global Lounge
Physical and digital infrastructure
We will provide a welcoming, well-maintained and inclusive campus with everything our staff and students need to succeed and flourish.