Strategy at a glance

Developing our 2030 Strategy was a truly collaborative initiative. Our staff, students, court members, alumni and key stakeholders came together to create a bold new direction for the University.

Strategy 2030 draws upon our significant achievements in education, research and innovation to date. It is explicitly values-led, with a strong sense of purpose derived from our mission as the University for the Common Good. Our Strategy is also distinctive and ambitious, creating new pathways to success for the University over the coming years.

The next decade will require us to make a significant contribution to addressing global challenges identified by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Whether they are in relation to poverty alleviation, the reduction of inequalities, the use of artificial intelligence to deliver key services, the promotion of social and economic wellbeing or climate change; we will focus on having a local and global impact. The SDGs provide the overarching framework for our Strategy 2030.

Our vision for 2030 is to be recognised as world-leading for social innovation: delivering transformative education and impactful research through purposeful partnerships as a globally connected University with an engaged University community committed to the Common Good.

Strategy implementation is supported by a strategic framework including 2030 Enabling Strategies and Plans and the strategic planning process.

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