What next at Leeds? Presentation and recording now available

If you missed one of our vision and strategy sessions, the presentation and speaker notes are now available to download or you can watch our live recording.

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Almost 900 colleagues joined one of our five vision and strategy sessions in June and July to find out how we’re preparing to develop the strategic vision that will guide the University for the next decade.

Led by our senior leadership team (University Executive Group), the sessions shared the emerging thinking so far, including where we are now, where we want to be and how you can get involved.

A live recording from our fifth and final session and a copy of the presentation, with speaker notes, is available to download below.

Live recording

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Recorded live on Friday 12 July, speakers are: Sir Alan Langlands, Vice-Chancellor; Professor Tom Ward, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Student Education and Dr Tim Peakman, Chief Operating Officer. Watch recording on VideoLeeds website.

Download the presentation

We’ve extended the presentation slides to include a copy of the notes used by our speakers. If you’d like to present this material to you teams you can simply remove the slides marked ‘notes’.

Download the presentation

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Next steps

A consultation period with staff, students and key stakeholders will begin in the Autumn term. This will be informed by a document that pulls together the emerging thinking presented during the What next at Leeds? sessions.

See also

Read more about our vision and strategy work and download a copy of the thought piece - Global and National Trends in Higher education: Challenges and opportunities for the University of Leeds, 2020-2025 on the What next at Leeds? In Depth section.

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