Campus Management


The office of the Vice-Chancellor holds a pivotal role within the university. As the second-highest authority after the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor's responsibilities encompass a wide range of crucial tasks. They are primarily responsible for the overall administration and management of the institution, ensuring the effective implementation of its policies and vision. The Vice-Chancellor collaborates with various stakeholders, including faculty, staff, students, and external bodies, to promote academic excellence, research, and community engagement.

The Current Vice Chancellor is Prof Sharon Pittman

The office plays a key role in resource allocation, strategic planning, and decision-making, aiming to enhance the institution's reputation and standing within the academic and professional spheres. Moreover, the Vice-Chancellor serves as the face of the university, representing it at important events and fostering relationships with other institutions and organizations to further the institution's objectives. Their leadership and vision are crucial in shaping the future direction of the university and cultivating an environment conducive to learning, innovation, and progress.