THE Data: explore your university’s pay and performance

Interactive tool allows you to benchmark your vice-chancellor’s pay against key information sets

May 19, 2016
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This interactive Times Higher Education data tool allows you to plot your vice-chancellor’s pay package against a number of performance indicators.

Enter your university’s name in the box and then click to select your preferred comparison. You can plot vice-chancellor’s pay against: average academic salary; research excellence framework (REF) grade point average; National Student Survey (NSS) score; or number of students.




Vice-chancellor:



Comparisons:

Score in the THE World University Rankings 2015:






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NOTES:

Note that the figures quoted for v-c salary reflect the total cost of the v-c's office for 2014-15. In some cases, the figure includes a payoff to a previous v-c, inflating the total. For details on this, see our main v-c pay table.

Click here for our in-depth analysis of the 2016 Times Higher Education Pay Survey

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