Read about the structure and governance of Canterbury Christ Church University.

Structure and Governance

Canterbury Christ Church is organised into academic faculties, that contain schools and centres for teaching and research, and professional service departments that provide our central services.

The Vice-Chancellor and Principal

The day-to-day management of the University is the responsibility of the Vice-Chancellor who is the University’s chief executive and leader.

Read the Vice-Chancellor’s profile

The Senior Management Team

The Senior Management Team report to the Vice-Chancellor and have different areas of responsibility across the University.

Meet the Senior Management Team

The Chancellor

The Chancellor, the Archbishop of Canterbury, is the honorary head of the University and attends on special occasions for ceremonial duties, including degree ceremonies.

Read the Chancellor's profile

 

The Governing Body

The Governing Body has responsibility for governance oversight of the institution.

Meet the Governing Body

Schools and Departments

The University is structured into four Faculties made up of a number of Schools. 

View the A-Z list

Governor area

For our governors to access their Blackboard area.

Access the Governor area

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