Want to understand how the university manages its finances?

April 19th, 2021

The Leadership and Management Academy and colleagues from our Finance department have developed a new set of online resources to help you understand the university’s finances, as well as giving you the opportunity to explore ways you can positively support our financial health through everyday activities.

You can access this new package of guides, videos and eLearning on the Leadership and Management Academy Hub using the link below:

Understanding our finances

The Higher Education sector has faced numerous challenges to the way it manages finances and as the impact of  Covid-19, potential changes to funding models for teaching and research, and the general shape of the UK economy continue to present complex problems for funding it’s more important than ever to have a grasp of where our money comes from, as well as where and how we spend it.

The “Understanding our Finances” tools and resources have been designed in collaboration with our Finance team and external sector experts.

This new set of online resources will provide you with explanations of how we approach our finances, interactive scenarios, and tools to help you think about your contribution and how what you do and how you do it, can support our financial plans. .

We all have an impact on the university’s finances, and by making the right decisions we can all contribute to the future financial stability of our institution.

With financial stability we can have the confidence that we can continue to do the work of the university and continue to change the world for the better.

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