09 Jun 2011
The Board of Governors recently approved the University’s Research Strategy, which sets out our future research ambitions.
There are three central pillars to the strategy – to undertake research of the highest quality; to support and develop excellent people; and to have an impact beyond academia which results in economic, social and cultural benefits.
The strategy has been put together by Professor Luke Georghiou (Vice-President Research and Innovation), who consulted widely with staff involved in research.
You can view the Research Strategy online at:
- University of Manchester Research Strategy (PDF, 169.62 KB)