The Academic Registry works with Faculties and other departments to develop and deliver high quality support for students and staff in the areas of:
Our work also includes liaison with external funding and regulatory bodies, dealing with institutional and national quality matters, collaborative partnerships and providing support for the governance and management of the University.
The Academic Registry is led by the Academic Registrar and Clerk to the Governors, William Callaway, supported by two Deputy Academic Registrars, Denise Williams and Sara Moggridge and is split into different Units. The organisation chart shows the structure of the Department.
The Assessment and Awards Unit are responsible for managing the administrative aspects of students’ academic assessment and award.
The Collaborative Partnerships Unit (CPU) provides oversight of collaborative partnership relationships, giving initial advice on developing a partnership and advising on existing partnerships.
The Unit manages quality assurance for academic provision, including policy and regulation development, student casework and is responsible for providing support to the validation and review of new and existing provision.
The Secretariat provides support for the governance and management of the University through administration of the Board of Governors and the Academic Board and is responsible for the University Calendar, University Elections and nominations for the Conferment of Honorary Awards.
The Student Management and Information Unit is responsible for statutory reporting to external agencies including student HESA and HEFCW returns, student number planning, the provision of management information and ad-hoc reports, together with the student record process; enrolment, student loans company and UKBA liaison, as well as franchise college invoicing.
The Timetabling Unit compiles the university’s teaching timetable and manages the process for ad-hoc bookings of centrally managed space.
The Welsh Language Unit is responsible for the translation of documents from English to Welsh and Welsh to English, implementing and monitoring the Welsh Language Scheme across the University and co-ordinating Welsh-medium course provision with University faculties.