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1 zz Professor Andrea Nolan Principal & Vice-Chancellor Delivering our Strategy October 2014

2 z z Our vision and values Strategy 2020 and measuring progress 2013/14 Looking forward – The environment – Our actions – Challenges – Working together Discussion Outline

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4 Headline goals 2013/ Student satisfaction (NSS) 85%> 90% Research staff outputs (REF 2.5) Ca. 100Ca. 200 I nternational students (non-EU) Ca. 5,000Ca. 10,000 Positive Destinations95%> 95% Staff with research income14%40% Research income£4.7m£9.0m Student populationCa. 18,000Ca. 23,000 Staff engagement73%> 80% TurnoverCa. £110m>£140m z z

5 And other goals …Outcome agreements  Agreement with Scottish Funding Council  Informed by and aligned to our strategy and institutional targets  7 aims, 22 national measures, institutional measures, including:  Widening access  Scottish Domicile, deprivation, protected characteristics, articulation from Colleges  Employability  Coherent provision e.g. STEM numbers  Student retention  year 1 progression, protected characteristics  Research  REF, PG numbers, income  Engagement with business  KT metrics, Innovation Vouchers z z

6 Looking back: 2013/14  Graduate employability 95%  Opened 780 new bed spaces  50 th Anniversary celebrations  REF, 100 staff, R&C income, £4.5m  85% UG student satisfaction  TNE growth (3,053 to 3,553)  Actions for change Actions for change

7 Student experience

8 PTES, 75% satisfaction z z

9 Teaching, Learning & Assessment  Realigned academic year  Introduced internal satisfaction survey  Worked with NSA to revamp SSLC / student rep system  Supported new associate students  New programme design guidelines  GCHQ recognition for cyber security

10 Research and Knowledge Exchange

11 Research & Contract Income 14% of staff z z

12  PhD awards 2013/14 = 31  94 successful grant applications  Construction Scotland Innovation Centre  Mountain Bike Centre  Increased number of KTPs Research & Knowledge Exchange

13 Internationalisation

14 z z International student (FTE)

15  Internationalisation of the curriculum  New delivery in Sri Lanka  Partnerships  New Directorate established – International Operations Internationalisation

16 Policy context efficiency of learner journey; widening access, employability, developing research in all universities; research excellence Funding Outcome agreement REF Outcomes Competition nationally & internationally Looking forward: HE Environment …2014/15

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18 Draft dashboard o f KPIs Baseline 2013/14 Targets Measure type STUDENT FEEDBACK % Satisfied (NSS Question 22)Score85% 87%88%90% >90% RESEARCH INCOME AND OUTPUTS Research Grants and contracts £k4,0505,0615,1625,5246,0767,2919,114 % of income3.7%4.4%4.3%4.5%4.7%5.4%6.5% Number research active staff (REF 2.5) ca Number of PGR Students Headcount FTE PERCENTAGE OF STAFF HOLDING EXTERNAL INCOME % Academic staff as PI on ext. research grant%13.8%15.0%20.0%27.0%35.0%38.0%40.0% STUDENT PROFILE Taught Postgraduate FTE1,5511,4481,5201,5901,6801,7701,880 Headcount2,8992,7832,9403,1003,2903,5003,750 Overseas FTE4,3764,7245,2005,7206,3206,9907,760 Headcount6,1626,5457,2207,9308,7909,71010,790 All students FTE14,28214,59215,32015,99016,66017,38018,210 Headcount18,03318,06819,00019,88020,80021,78022,920 GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT RATES % employed/further study (HESA PI)Target93.60%94%95%>95% % graduate-level employmt (HESA new def)Targetca. 80%80%83%>83% STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN CO-CURRICULAR AND WORK-RELATED EXPERIENCE - TBC KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE AND BUSINESS ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITY Total revenue from CPD & KE coursesVolume£2,472k£2,500k£2,600k£2,700k£2,800k######## INCOME AND SURPLUS Total income £111m£116m£121m£124m£129m£134m£141m Surplus Volume£3.8m(£2m)£0.5m£2.7m£2.4m£4.4m£7.0m Propn of income 3.40%(1.72%)0.40%2.19%1.82%3.30%4.98% SUSTAINABILITY Reduction in carbon emissions c.f. 2006/07 >25%>35% STAFF ENGAGEMENT Overall Employee Engagement (staff survey) 73% 75% > 80% 2014/15 Targets z z

19 Building Success 2014/15 International operations Web Academic staff Nursing, Tourism, English Environmental science, Criminology PhD studentships (28) Enterprise Investment

20 Academic Reputation  Academic strategy and themes agreed  Innovative sustainable communities  Information societies  Wellbeing  ELIR  Research infrastructure and investment  Grow HEA fellows & pedagogic research network (ARISE)  Develop TPG portfolio  Academic PIs in planning/budgeting  Enhanced QA process  Simplifying module descriptor template  Assessment & feedback – TESTA

21  Deliver timetabling reform  Online matriculation  Vbase - partnership with NSA  Additional residencies  GEP commitments  Scope actions to embed WRL Excellent personalised student experience

22 Internationalisation  Agree Internationalisation Strategy – December 2014  Draft vision ‘ ’  Draft vision ‘We will be a fully internationalised Scottish University that is global in outlook and reach’  Reputation & Profile  Student Experience & Curriculum  Research & Knowledge Exchange  Staff  Student Recruitment  Transnational Education  Alumni Recruitment  Structures

23  Integrate enterprise & entrepreneurship activity - Bright red triangle  Grow international learning experiences  Establish staff communities of practice (KTP / CPD)  Innovation in service delivery… Innovation, enterprise & citizenship

24 Enabling actions Some examples…  Process review and improvement (ongoing)  Improving management accounts and reporting information  Develop career progression and reward & recognition processes  PDR completion  WAM review  New 10 year Estates Strategy by June 2015  Develop new academic structure

25 Academic Structures Sept ’14Initial consideration by ULT & SMF Oct –Nov ‘14Academic Board review Discussion Paper – approval to consult Nov- Dec ’14Consultation on academic structures Dec ’14Academic Board reviews proposal on a new academic structure Jan – Mar ’15Transition – faculty level roles Consultation on professional services, revised academic committee structures; details of establishing any new schools Mar ’15Academic Board reviews proposals for remaining consultations 1 Aug ’15Implementation of new academic structures and committee structures z z

26 Competition  National  International students  Research income  Staff Culture Capacity & Innovation Funding  NI  pensions  public spending Brand & reputation Challenges ahead…

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28 A great place to work  Developing leadership capacity  Devolving decision making  Effective PDR  Accountability  Transparent recognition and reward  With support/training AND in line with OUR VALUES Professional Innovative Ambitious Respect Proud Confident Challenged Inclusive Integrity Supported Energy and Enthusiasm Open to new ideas Collaborative / cross unit working Expectation of success …. Room for failure

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