School Calendar of Events

School Calendar of Events


School of Culture and Creative Arts Strategic Plan

A-Z School directory


Advertising (Human Resources) Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Administrative resourcing Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Affiliate appointments (including Honorary) Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Appeals – Heads of Subjects

Film and TV - Tim Barker

History of Art - Anita Quye

Music - Bill Sweeney 

Theatre Studies - Minty Donald

CCPR - Gillian Doyle 

Applications for postgraduate research study Anna Pabisz 0141 330 4097
Asset Register maintenance Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Budgets School (see Finance) Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Christies Education contact Andrew Bradburn 0141 330 4097
Commercial contracts Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Complaints Officer William Sweeney  
Course Catalogue updates  
Engagement Lead for School Dr Simon Murray  0141 330 1962
Enlighten database maintenance Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Equipment Bid Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Estates Maintenance requests    
Estates Resources (School) Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Ethics Officers by Subject

Deborah Lewer - History of Art

Louise Harris  - Music

Lynn Whitaker - CCPR

Ian Goode - Film & TV

Michael Bachmann - Theatre Studies

0141 330 2465

0141 330 3235

0141 330 3602

0141 330 6500

0141 330 6129

Equality and Diversity (see Human Resources)    
External Examiners – appointments and expenses –Heads of Subject

Expenses only

Jeanette Berrie

 0141 330 3811
Finance -  budgets Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306       
Finance – analysis/transactions Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Finance – general purchasing/requisitioning       
Fire Officers – subject Administrators

Music Steve Reid

HoA Susan Howel      

TFTS Julie Coll

CCPR Samantha Emanuel

Resource Centre Marion Lawson

First Aiders

Susan Howel (HofA)

Andrew Bradburn HofA/TFTS)

Jeanette Berrie (CCA/HofA)

Anne Cumberland (Music)

Anthony Sweeten (TFTS)

Andrew Mills (Textile Conservtion)

Graduate Student School Events Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Health, Safety and Wellbeing Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Honorary appointments (see also Affiliate) Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Human Resources (All HR issues) Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Internationalisation Officers

Dr Anselm Heinrich (Semester 1)

Dr Michael Bachmann (Semester 2)

0141 330 6804

0141 330 6129

IT Support Arts IT support -
Joint PhD Anna Pabisz 0141 330 4097
Knowledge Transfer Raymond Boyle 0141 330 3812
Learning and Teaching Committee Clerk -
Marketing Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Memoranda of Understanding Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Non-contracted status employees Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
P&DR process (see Human resources)    
Postgraduate recruitment monitoring -
Postgraduate research student queries (application, status, funding, progression) Anna Pabisz 0141 330 4097
PIP (see Programme approval process)    
Plagiarism – Heads of Subject    
Programme approval process (postgraduate) -
Programme approval process (undergraduate)  
Postgraduate Committee Clerk -
Postgraduate Committee Chair Dr Vicky Price  0141 330 4061
Postgraduate study space (allocation of School resources) Andrew Bradburn
0141 330 7170
Progress Reviews (postgraduate research) Anna Pabisz 0141 330 4097
Project Approval Forms Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811 
Publicity  Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Quality Assurance Officer Dr Sabine Wieber -
Recruitment (students – see Marketing)    
Recruitment (staff – see Human Resources)     
REF data collector Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Research Committee Clerk   Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Research Leave Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Research project costings  
Research Project recruitment (see Human Resources)    
Room bookings -
School Executive Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Scholarship availability/School ranking process Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 7306 
Sickness absence reporting, system updates  Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Student data Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Student course and programme enquiries     

School Lead: Samantha Emanuel 

Deputy: Julie Coll

0141 330 38060141 330 3809
Timetabling undergraduate courses, seminars, lectures and events -
UK Borders Agency (students) Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Undergraduate administration (Honours) -
Visiting Scholars and Students Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Vivas (postgraduate research) Anna Pabisz 0141 330 4097
Website (Principal Web Publishers)

Samantha Emanuel

Andrew Bradburn

0141 330 38060141 330 7170
Web publishing for Postgraduate Research and School Research Committee Jeanette Berrie  0141 330 3811


Administration Staff

Administration & General Enquiries
Head of School Administration

Mrs Pauline McLachlan

0141 330 7306
Senior Teaching Support Administrator

Mr Michael Bristow

0141 330 3547

Honours Teaching & Student Support

Postgraduate Taught Support

Susan Howel

Mr Andrew Bradburn

0141 330 5677

0141 330 4097

Finance & Operations Administrator Ms Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
History of Art - Levels 1 & 2 support

Mrs Judy Lochhead 

0141 330 2892
International Students

Susan Howel

Mr Andrew Bradburn

0141 330 5677

0141 330 7170

Theatre, Film & TV - Levels 1 & 2 Support Mrs Julie Coll
0141 330 3809
Music - all UG student support Mrs Davina Smith 0141 330 4093
Centre for Cultural Policy Research (CCPR) Ms Samantha Emanuel 0141 330 3806
Quality Assurance Officer Dr Deborah Lewer 0141 330 2465
Undergraduate Students
School of CCA - All honours

Susan Howel

0141 330 5677
History of Art - Levels 1 & 2

Mrs Judy Lochhead 

0141 330 2892
Theatre, Film & TV - Levels 1 & 2 Mrs Julie Coll 0141 330 3809
Music - all programmes Mrs Davina Smith 0141 330 4093
Research Postgraduate Students (PhD, MPhil, MRes)  
School of CCA Ms Anna Pabisz 0141 330 4097
Taught Postgraduate Students Postgraduate Office  

School of CCA /History of Art

Textile Conservation

Mr Andrew Bradburn

Ms Anna Pabisz

0141 330 7170

0141 330 4097

Theatre, Film & TV Mr Andrew Bradburn  0141 330 7170

MSc Media Management

MSc in Creative Industries and Cultural Policy

Ms Samantha Emanuel 0141 330 3806
Music Mr Andrew Bradburn 0141 330 7170

School Management Team

Head of School Prof Dimitris Eleftheriotis 0141 330 3573
Deputy Head of School Prof Bjorn Heile 0141 330 5288
Head of School Administration Mrs Pauline McLachlan 0141 330 7306
Director of the Centre for Cultural Policy Research (CCPR) Prof Gillian Doyle 0141 330 3558
Head of Subject: Film & TV Studies Dr Tim Barker  -
Head of Subject: History of Art Dr Anita Quye 0141 330 6330
Head of Subject: Music Prof Bill Sweeney 0141 330 4095
Head of Subject: Theatre Studies Dr Minty Donald 0141 330 5162
Director of the Centre for Textile Conservation and Technical Art History Prof Frances Lennard 0141 330 7607
Research Convenor Prof Raymond Boyle 0141 330 3812
Learning & Teaching Convenor Dr Ian Garwood  0141 330 6868
Convenor of Graduate Studies Dr Vicky Price  0141 330 4061
History of Art Prof Frances Lennard 0141 330 7607

Subject Convenors

To find out who is the Convenor of Level 1, Level 2, postgraduate programmes, etc., please click on the links below:

SCCA Knowledge Exchange and Public and Community Engagement Fund


Its purpose is to support and encourage knowledge exchange and public and community engagement projects at grassroots level or at an early stage of development.


Up to £100, in exceptional cases up to £250, can be claimed.

Eligibility and Process

In principle, any project in the broad area of knowledge exchange or public and community engagement undertaken by a member of faculty of the School of Culture and Creative Arts, for which other types of funding are not readily available, is eligible. However, the committee may prioritise projects with one or more of the following features:

• Seed-corn funding for projects which act as stepping stones or scoping exercises for larger projects with other funders
• Projects which are likely to contribute to REF Impact case studies
• Collaborations between different subjects within (and beyond) the School
• Projects with clear plans for evaluating benefits (‘impact’)
• Projects that are part-financed by other funders or where a funding gap has arisen

Applications should describe the project; list the individuals, institutions and potential funders involved; outline the nature of their collaboration; and detail the benefits for the participants and any third parties as well as any plans for evaluation. They should not exceed 500 words.

They should be addressed to There are no deadlines; applications can be made at any point, and the committee will review them as they come in.


The committee consists of the Head of School (Chair), the Deputy Head of School, the Impact Champion, and the Research Convener.

PG Committee

Chair Dr Vicky Price  0141 330 4061
Clerk Mr Andrew Bradburn 0141 330 7170
Film & TV Dr Lizelle Bisschoff 0141 330 6542
Music Dr Louise Harris 0141 330 3235
CCPR Dr Melanie Selfe 0141 330 3558
History of Art Dr Sally Tuckett 0141 330 
Theatre Studies Dr Victoria Price 0141 330 4061
Student rep Erin Holmes  


  • Chair: SCCA PG Convenor
  • Clerk: PG Administrator 
  • Convenors of Postgraduate Studies from each subject group: History of Art, Music and Theatre, Film and TV Studies
  • Student representatives: 1 PGT and 1 PGR
  • Frequency of Meetings: Every 6 weeks, or more frequently as required.
  • Time: 9.30am Tuesdays


(reserved business items indicated with *; others in this list may also be treated as reserved business if relevant) 

  1. Collective Strategy
  2. Scrutiny of new, and revisions to, PG programmes/courses
  3. Recruitment and Marketing
  4. Student representation and social events
  5. Troubleshooting
  6. Transmitting information upwards to College, and downwards to PG Convenors, staff and students in the School
  7. * Ranking of AHRC and College postgraduate scholarship applications for School recommendation to College Scholarships meeting.

Guidance Templates for PIP

PIP Course Guidance Template

PIP Programme Guidance Template

Senate Office PIP guidelines

Research Committee

Chair Prof Raymond Boyle 0141 330 3812
Clerk Ms Jeanette Berrie 0141 330 3811
Music Prof John Butt 0141 330 4571
Theatre Studies Prof Carl Lavery 0141 330 6513
Film & TV Prof David Martin-Jones 0141 330 3481
History of Art Prof Clare Willsdon 0141 330 6331
Impact Representative Ms Frances Lennard 0141 330 7607
Postgraduate Research Student Rep Ms Anika Marschall -


  • 1 Staff Representative from each of the subject areas within the school: Music; History of Art; Film & TV, Theatre Studies and CCPR
  • Chaired by: School Research Convenor
  • Minutes: School Research Administrator
  • To meet:  three times per semester


The school research committee has three related roles:

1. Strategic

The research committee will act as a forum to envision and generate strategic research across the school and seeks to foster a school-wide research culture. It will take the lead in organising a number of school-focused research activities. 

2. Communication

The research committee serves as a channel for communication between the College Research Committee and the School. Research activity from within the School (grant successes, research seminars etc.) will be recorded and advertised by the committee in the minutes.

3. Operational

At the start of each academic year the school will commit a specified amount from consumables, per staff FTE (research active). This fund will be distributed by application to the Research Committee. Individual staff across the school may apply for funds related to research based/driven activities. These may include, but are not limited to:

  • Conference attendance (normally to present a paper)
  • Archive visits
  • Networking events, both based here at GU and - where compelling evidence is presented - to attend networking opportunities elsewhere

A template for applications is provided on the School website. Applications should be forwarded to both the convenor and administrator before the regular advertised meetings of the Research Committee. The committee will expect a report and confirmation on funds spent.

Applicants are encouraged to apply to other internal and external funds where feasible and appropriate. Applications to the School may identify their request as a supplement to these funds where necessary.  

L&T Committee

Convenor Dr Ian Garwood 0141 330 6868
Clerk Mrs Susan Howel 0141 330 7515
Music Dr Drew Hammond 0141 330 6065
Theatre Studies Dr Stephen Greer 0141  330 6804
Film & TV Dr David Archibald 0141 330 3807
History of Art Mrs Karen Thompson 0141 330 7608
Student rep. Ryan Rutherford -


• Chair: SCCA Learning and Teaching Convenor
• Clerk: SCCA Learning and Teaching Administrator
• Convenors of Learning and Teaching from each subject group: History of Art, Music, Theatre, and Film and TV Studies
• SRC representative

2-3 meetings per semester.
Time: 2pm Wednesdays


The Learning and Teaching Convenor consults the School Learning and Teaching Committee on policies and issues raised at the College Learning and Teaching Committee.

The School Learning and Teaching Committee scrutinises newly proposed and revised courses and programmes and approves them for submission to the College Board of Studies.

Members of the committee share examples of best practice in Learning and Teaching.

Members of the committee are responsible for communicating issues arising in SCCA Learning and Teaching meetings to staff in their respective subject areas.

The School Convenor communicates issues arising in meetings of the College and School Learning and Teaching Committees to the School Management Team.

The Committee discusses innovations in Higher Education Learning and Teaching, informed by current research and debates in each subject’s National HE association.

Athena SWAN

Website & Research Profiles

For updates to new and existing staff research profiles:  

Please complete the Research Staff Profile Form and email it to your subject web editor, highlighting any changes to existing profiles.    

Or register to edit your own profile page on T4 by completing a Register to Edit Research Profile Form (staff) and emailing it back to a School Web Publisher.

Subject web editors:

Principal School Web Publishers (for general enquiries):

  • Andy Bradburn
  • Samantha Emanuel

News items on CCA webpage

Send news items to your subject web editor or a Principal Web Publisher if your subject contact is out of the office.

New/exisiting Research Project pages

Contact your subject web editor or a Principal Web Publisher if your subject contact is out of the office.





  • Agresso
  • Travel: Contact details for the University-appointed travel provider.




Human Resources Information

Human Resources Information

Information for New Staff

As Head of School, I would like to welcome you to the School of Culture and Creative Arts and more generally to the University of Glasgow. The School of Culture and Creative Arts is one of four Schools based within the College of Arts.  The School is one of the leading research School’s in the University. Together with the Hunterian, the School provides the University’s interface with the wider cultural community and creative economy, contributing directly to Glasgow’s standing as a cultural capital of international significance. The School’s vision is to build on this position through strategic development and investment in order to maximise its potential as a national and international centre for research, teaching and practice around music, theatre, cinema, art and design history, conservation, cultural media and communication policy and analysis.  I anticipate that during the coming months, you will meet with other colleagues within the School and become familiar with its remit and overall strategy. You will also have the opportunity to continue with your new employee orientation plan and your initial work for the School. 

Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis, Head of School, School of Culture and Creative Arts

Induction procedures for new staff

New staff information page 

New staff induction events

You will be introduced to your Induction Buddy on your first day.  The purpose of this is to provide you with a friendly face who may be able to answer your day to day enquiries about the School and your role within it.  You will be given an Induction Programme on your first day with appointments for meeting various staff within the School with whom you will be working with directly and to meet our School Administrative staff who are key contacts during your working career within the School. 

Annual Leave Procedures

Annual leave requests should be made via the HR/Payroll Core system.

You can access this with your GUID and password.  The annual leave year runs from 1st January until 31st December each year and your annual leave is approved by your Line Manager.

HR/Payroll User Guide

Equality and diversity e-induction

The University of Glasgow is committed to promoting equality in all its activities and aims to provide a work, learning, research and teaching environment free from discrimination and unfair treatment.

All staff members are required to complete the online induction programme

Health and Safety

All new members of staff should familiarise themselves with the Health and safety e-induction.

Performance and Development Review

P&DR is held every year for the purpose of management of performance.  Information on the process can be found here.

Public holidays

Details regarding public holidays can be found at the HR website here.   

Sickness/absence reporting

All sickness absence, should be reported to your Line Manager/Head of School Administration in the first instance.  More on these policies and procedures.

Staff ID Cards

The staff identity card can be used to gain access to the Library and the Sport and Recreation Service. Members of staff who wish an identity card should drop in to the Human Resources Service at any time.  You do not need to phone for an appointment but please note, you need your staff number before you come and you must have a contract from Human Resources or you will not be allowed a card.  More information on staff cards can be found here. 


Professor Martin Cloonan is the Internationalisation Officer for the School.  

Subject area representatives are listed below:

Centre for Cultural Policy Research: Gillian Doyle

Film and Television Studies: Holger Mohaupt

History of Art: Debbie Lewer

Music: Eva Moreda Rodriguez

Theatre Studies: Anselm Heinrich

IT Issues

IT Issues

  • Staff email: Access your email via the web
  • WiFi: Eduroam is secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. You can access it via laptop, mobile or tablet device. This also enables you to visit another participating institution and gain access to the Internet without having to register for another username and password. Please see IT Services for more information.
  • IT Support: Contact IT Support if you have PC problems or a query. You will need your GUID to log on.
  • IT Training: Choose a taught or online course in useful applications like word processing, presentations, Endnote, BI-Query and teaching aids.
  • Communal drive: please check the J:\Communal drive on your PC for useful documents, including minutes, Policies and Procedures, telephone lists, templates, etc.
  • Accessing your drives at home: use the Remote Desktop Service
  • School Moodle: for minutes, useful forms, etc.


Research and Development

Research and Development


Research Leave

Research Leave is now awarded and administered by the Schools. Management of Research Leave will therefore operate academically and administratively at School level.

Deadlines are set in conjunction with the College Research Office. There will be two deadlines per session. The following deadlines are set in place for 17/18 session

Monday 12th February 2018 - completed applications to Heads of Subject by 29 January 2018 - Head of Subject should submit to Jeanette Berrie by 5th February 2018

Thursday 21st June 2018 - completed applications to Heads of Subject by 7 June 2018 - Heads of Subject should submit to Jeanette Berrie by 14 June 2018

 Please liaise with Jeanette Berrie regarding the application process. Your application must be supported by your Head of Subject and should be submitted to HoSubs at least 1 week before the internal deadline, to allow them to write supporting statement.

Please read the guidelines thoroughly before submitting any application.

Forms and Guidelines

Application for Research Leave
Research Leave Instructions
Research Leave Policy for College of Arts
Research Leave Report Form
Five-year research strategy plan template

Proposed Dates of Leave

On the Application Form, under ‘Proposed Dates of Leave', Human Resources require a date/month/year format (e.g. 1 September 2011 to 31 December 2011). Please ensure that you provide this information in that format.
Leave will be awarded for a period of four months, either 1st September – 31st December to cover Semester 1 or 1st January - 30th April to cover Semester 2.

Application Support Documents

All applications must be typed and must be signed by the applicant and their Head of Subject or equivalent.


Following the submission of your application the School will convene a panel to assess applications. The panel will consist of the Head of School, Head of Subjects or equivalent, School Research Convenor and Head of School Administration or Operations Administrator, The Head of College Research Support will attend as an observer at each School meeting to ensure consistency of approach across College. The outcome of the application will be notified in a letter copied to College HR and the Research office. The process will be reviewed after the first two rounds to ensure the scheme is functioning in the best interest of the Schools and College. The Schools will submit a biannual report for consideration by the College Management Group following each School Research Leave Committee meeting summarising the outcomes of any awarded leave.

I have been awarded Research Leave; what do I do next?

If your Research Leave includes an element of working or travelling abroad, it is a condition of the Research Leave that all policies in that regard are followed. Please see University policies on working overseas at:  If you have any further questions, please contact the College Human Resources Office.

If unpaid leave is awarded, the awardee must log this leave accordingly in the HR Core System. If this is not done the leave cannot be approved under the normal School process.

The Schools are responsible for the proper monitoring of Research Leave. To facilitate this all staff granted Research Leave must complete a Research Leave Report Form which describes the outcomes of his/her leave.
Research Leave Report Forms must be submitted within one month of the end of the period of Research Leave. Research Leave Report Form is available at:

Colleagues will be unable to submit a further application for Research Leave until a satisfactory report for any past leave has been submitted and approved.
Further instructions on completing the Research Leave Report Form are found below.

Research Leave Report Forms

As noted previously, staff who have concluded Research Leave must complete the Research Leave Report Form within one month of end of the period of Research Leave. Staff must complete relevant sections of the form before submitting it to their Head of School.  The Head of School shall then complete their relevant areas on the form and submit the form to the School Administration by the relevant deadline. The completed reports from each School will be logged in the College HR and Research Office. Should the report identify that the anticipated outcomes of the leave period have not been met the School Research Convenor will work with the staff member to put an action plan in place to ensure that the outcomes are achieved within a period agreed with the Head of College.

Questions about Research Leave procedures

Should you have any questions regarding Research Leave please contact Jeanette Berrie or College Research Support at

Further information is available on the College webpages –

Student Support

Student Support


Staff Funding Opportunities

John Robertson Bequest

Applications for the John Robertson Bequest have to be seen by the Dean of Research before being forwarded to the Senate Office. The completed applications  must be sent to Jordan McInally  in the College of Arts and copied to Jeanette Berrie.

Further information on how to apply:

John Robertson Bequest

John Robertson Bequest Memo

Chancellor's Fund

Please submit any Chancellor's Fund application to Jeanette Berrie in the first instance.

The Chancellor's Fund benefits from unrestricted gifts to the University and supports a wide range of projects in the following categories:

•       Supporting our students, by providing financial assistance or enhancing student welfare support services.
•       Enhancing the learning environment, by providing access to new technologies and enhanced facilities.
•       Developing excellence, by providing financial support for research and teaching, providing scholarships and promoting academic developments.
•       Preserving the University's heritage, enhancing the physical and cultural heritage of the University.

If you have a project which you feel might benefit from support from the Fund, please complete an application form which can be found on the Development & Alumni Office website  A list of Frequently Asked Questions can also be found on the web page to assist you with your application.

Due to the high number of applications now being submitted to the Chancellor's Fund, the Advisory Board will consider the possible sources of funding available to applicants, and will give less priority to projects for which there appears to be an obvious alternative funding source. 

For further information, contact Susanne Hill, Development and Alumni Office, 3 The Square, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ. tel: 0141 330 2132, fax: 0141 330 4647, email:

Useful Contacts and Information

Central Services

Employee Self Service

Equality & Diversity Unit

Finance Office

Human Resources

Information for staff pages

IT Services

Learning and Teaching Centre

Occupational Health

Payroll and Pensions (Finance Office)

Planning and Business Intelligence Office


Research and Enterprise

Senate Office

Staff Development Service

Student Lifecycle Support & Development (SLSD)

Other Useful Information

Organising Events

  • Campus Map
  • Choose a room: details of facilities across campus with photos
  • Book catering from Hospitality Services. Full menus and prices available here.
  • Images: of University buildings, students etc from the Corporate Communications Photo Library
  • School Meeting Calendar: Research Committee, School Management Team, PG Committee etc

Visiting Researcher Policy

Visiting academic staff or other visiting researchers including postdoctoral researchers

Bench Fee – The School will charge a fee to the visiting researcher from other institutions who wish to be based at the University of Glasgow. This is to cover resources agreed locally by the School but likely to include access to seminars and other scholarly activity within the School, informal access to staff as well as access to the GU libraries. The baseline fee is £1,000 per semester - but a fee remission scheme may apply for colleagues from institutions in developing countries or for other strategic development reasons. If the visit is shorter than one semester then the School would be willing to negotiate a pro rata fee, minimum £500.

All applications for visiting researchers must be made and approved, with the support of the School Research Convenor and the Head of School, before any visit can be confirmed.  Confirmation to the visitor must be made in writing and copied to the School Research Administrator, who will arrange the appropriate charges and affiliate status required for the visit.

Visiting Research Students

The School of Culture & Creative Arts and The College of Arts welcomes applications from graduate students registered at other universities who wish to spend some time at the University of Glasgow. For example, the student might wish to come to be temporarily supervised by one of our research academics for a year or a semester.

To apply, the student should contact the relevant School/College member or subject area requesting such a visit, in the first instance. When doing so they should also submit their curriculum vitae and details of their research plans. If the student receives informal support from them then, thereafter, formal applications can be made to the University to be a visiting researcher.

Details on the Visiting Researcher Policy can be found via the link below

Visiting Researcher Policy

Please note that The University charges fees on a pro rata basis for such visits.