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The Deputy Vice-Chancellor provides strategic and academic governance across the University and deputises for the Vice Chancellor.

He has direct line management and leadership responsibility for Executive Deans, overseeing business performance and sustainability of the University's faculties and leads on academic planning.

He also has direct line management responsibility for providing leadership in civic and societal partnership, development through the Directors of Regional and Community Engagement and the Northern Ireland Confucius Institute at Ulster University.

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor is supported by an executive support team who is responsible for diary management and coordination of high profile visits and events.


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Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences offers first class teaching in our world class facilities across our four campuses.

Faculty of Computing, Engineering and The Built Environment

The Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment consists of four Schools, offering industry-informed, professionally recognised courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Faculty of Life & Health Sciences

As a leading provider of health-related education, with almost 6,500 students and approximately 250 academic staff, we offer an extensive portfolio of accredited degree and research programmes covering seven exciting yet diverse disciplines.

Ulster University Business School

Ulster University Business School is the 6th largest business school in the UK and delivers over £40m of GVA to the NI economy annually.