Keele University Vice Chancellor Salary

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The University salary scales fall into three main categories; those covered by Keele University Grading Structure, Commercial Business Engagement and Estates & Development weekly paid staff and sessional staff. Your contract or pay spine assimilation letter will refer to the scale on which you are paid.

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National Minimum Wage from 1st April 2017

  • £7.50 – the 25 and over rate
  • £7.05 – the main rate for workers aged between 21 and 24
  • £5.60 – the 18-20 rate
  • £4.05 – the 16-17 rate for workers above school leaving age but under 18

Apprentice Rates

  • Year 1 £5.55 per hour
  • Year 2 £6.95 per hour
  • Year 3 £7.65 per hour (Craft apprenticeships only)
  • Year 4 £9.81 per hour (Craft apprenticeships only)

Full table of vice-chancellors’ pay

University Vice-chancellor 2011/12 salary 000s 2012/13 salary 000s % increase
London School of Economics Craig Calhoun 270 435 61.1%
University of Sheffield Professor Sir Keith Burnett 269 374 39.0%
Middlesex University Professor Michael Driscoll 256 320 25.0%
Heriot-Watt University Professor Steve Chapman 169 210 24.3%
University of Derby Professor John Coyne 212 261 23.1%
Arts University Bournemouth Professor Stuart Bartholomew 170 205 20.6%
University College Birmingham Professor Ray Linforth 202 243 20.3%
SOAS, University of London Professor Paul Webley¹ 159 190 19.5%
Bournemouth University Professor John Vinney 181 214 18.2%
Liverpool John Moores University Professor Nigel P. Weatherill 187 221 18.2%
University of Greenwich Professor David J Maguire 194 229 18.0%
University of Hull Professor Calie Pistorius 240 283 17.9%
University of Strathclyde Professor Sir Jim McDonald 240 283 17.9%
Coventry University Mr John Latham 218 257 17.9%
Teesside University Professor Graham Henderson 233 270 15.9%
Royal Holloway, University of London Professor Paul Layzell 230 265 15.2%
City University London Professor Paul Curran 281 323 14.9%
University of Winchester Professor Joy Carter 195 223 14.4%
Birmingham City University Professor Cliff Allan 258 295 14.3%
Lancaster University Professor Mark E Smith 210 239 13.8%
University of Worcester Professor David Green 241 273 13.3%
Norwich University of the Arts Professor John Last 131 148 13.0%
Edge Hill University Dr John Cater 239 270 13.0%
De Montfort University Professor Dominic Shellard 193 218 13.0%
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance Anthony Bowne 133 150 12.8%
University College London Professor Malcolm Grant 280 315 12.5%
University of Leeds Professor Michael Arthur 289 325 12.5%
University of Lincoln Professor Mary Stuart 191 213 11.5%
York St John University Professor David Fleming 183 204 11.5%
University of the West of England Professor Steve West 240 267 11.3%
The Open University Martin Bean 316 351 11.1%
University of Liverpool Sir Howard Newby 328 360 9.8%
Aberystwyth University Professor April McMahon 208 228 9.6%
University of London Professor Sir Adrian Smith 140 153 9.3%
Goldsmiths, University of London Patrick Loughrey 206 225 9.2%
University of Huddersfield Professor Bob Cryan 207 226 9.2%
University of East Anglia Professor Edward Acton 209 227 8.6%
Swansea University Professor Richard B Davies 222 241 8.6%
University of East London Professor Patrick McGhee 215 233 8.4%
University of the West of Scotland Professor Craig Mahone 217 235 8.3%
Queen Margaret University Professor Petra Wend 170 184 8.2%
University of Reading Sir David Bell 215 232 7.9%
Birkbeck, University of London David Latchman 291 314 7.9%
University of Bath Professor Glynis M Breakwell 356 384 7.9%
University of Essex Professor Anthony Forster 212 228 7.5%
University of Birmingham Professor David Eastwood 372 400 7.5%
Southampton Solent University Professor Van Gore 222 238 7.2%
Nottingham Trent University Professor Neil T Gorman 300 321 7.0%
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Janet Hemingway 202 216 6.9%
University of Cambridge Professor Leszek Krzysztof Borysiewicz 271 289 6.6%
Bucks New University Professor David Sines 168 179 6.5%
Bath Spa University Professor Christina Slade 203 216 6.4%
University of Roehampton Professor Paul O’Prey 203 216 6.4%
University of Hertfordshire Professor Quintin McKellar 253 269 6.3%
University of Stirling Professor Gerry McCormac 193 205 6.2%
University of Southampton Professor Don Nutbeam 277 294 6.1%
University of West London Professor Peter John 212 225 6.1%
University of Brighton Professor Julian Crampton 203 215 5.9%
University of Northampton Professor Nick Petford 198 209 5.6%
Harper Adams University Dr David Llewellyn 149 157 5.4%
University of St Mark and St John Professor Cara Aitchison 149 157 5.4%
Durham University Professor Christopher Higgins 232 244 5.2%
Queen’s University Belfast Professor James C McElnay 220 230 4.5%
University of Warwick Professor Nigel Thrift 275 287 4.4%
University of Westminster Professor Geoffrey Petts 224 233 4.0%
Falmouth University Professor Anne Carlisle 215 223 3.7%
Kingston University Julius Weinberg 190 197 3.7%
Leeds College of Art Simone Wonnacott 118 122 3.4%
University of Glasgow Professor Anton Muscatelli 250 258 3.2%
Guildhall School of Music and Drama Professor Barry Ife 165 170 3.0%
London Business School Sir Adrian Smith 338 348 3.0%
Aston University Professor Julia King 272 280 2.9%
University of Surrey Sir Christopher Snowden 320 329 2.8%
Ravensbourne Professor Robin Baker 152 156 2.6%
University of Oxford Professor Andrew Hamilton 371 380 2.4%
Courtauld Institute of Art Professor Deborah Swallow 174 178 2.3%
Imperial College London Sir Keith O’Nions 323 330 2.2%
University of the Arts London Nigel Carrington 239 244 2.1%
Manchester Metropolitan University John Brooks 249 254 2.0%
University of Kent Professor Dame Julia Goodfellow 218 222 1.8%
Liverpool Hope University Professor Gerald Pillay 228 232 1.8%
University of York Professor Brian Cantor 232 236 1.7%
University of Manchester Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell 248 252 1.6%
Cardiff Metropolitan University Professor Antony J Chapman 198 201 1.5%
University of Dundee Professor Pete Downes 219 222 1.4%
University of Aberdeen Ian Diamond 261 264 1.1%
Staffordshire University Professor Michael Gunn 176 178 1.1%
Keele University Professor Nick Foskett 264 267 1.1%
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Professor Peter Piot 278 281 1.1%
University of the Highlands and Islands Dr Crichton Lang 190 192 1.1%
University of Portsmouth Professor Graham Galbraith 196 198 1.0%
Bangor University Professor John Hughes 219 221 0.9%
Robert Gordon University Professor Ferdinand Von Prondzynski 223 225 0.9%
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts Mark Featherstone-Whitty 126 127 0.8%
Glasgow School of Art Professor Tom Inns 127 128 0.8%
University Campus Suffolk Richard Lister 142 143 0.7%
Newcastle University Professor Chris Brink 223 224 0.4%
University of Bristol Professor Eric Thomas 282 283 0.4%
Writtle College Dr Stephen Waite 114 114 0.0%
University of Nottingham Professor David Greenaway 318 318 0.0%
London Metropolitan University Professor Malcolm Gillies 254 254 0.0%
University of Salford Professor Martin Hall 209 209 0.0%
Institute of Education Chris Husbands 191 191 0.0%
University of Cumbria Professor Peter Strike 170 170 0.0%
Sheffield Hallam University Professor Philip Jones 246 246 0.0%
King’s College London Professor Rick Trainor 272 272 0.0%
Leeds Metropolitan University Professor Susan Price 215 215 0.0%
University of Edinburgh Sir Timothy O’Shea 227 227 0.0%
St George’s, University of London Professor Peter Kopelman 229 229 0.0%
University of Ulster Professor Richard Barnett 205 204 -0.5%
University of Gloucestershire Stephen Marston 161 160 -0.6%
Glasgow Caledonian University Professor Pamela Gillies 229 227 -0.9%
University for the Creative Arts Dr Simon Ofield-Kerr 160 158 -1.3%
Institute of Cancer Research Professor Alan Ashworth 215 212 -1.4%
University of Sunderland Professor Peter Fidler 201 198 -1.5%
University of Wolverhampton Professor Geoff Layer 183 180 -1.6%
Queen Mary, University of London Professor Simon Gaskell 208 204 -1.9%
London South Bank University Professor David Phoenix 238 233 -2.1%
University of St Andrews Professor Louise Richardson 235 230 -2.1%
University of Sussex Professor Michael Farthing 248 241 -2.8%
University of Central Lancashire Professor Gerry Kelleher 240 233 -2.9%
University of Leicester Robert Burgess 269 259 -3.7%
University of Bradford Brian Cantor 179 171 -4.5%
Brunel University Professor Julia Buckingham 267 237 -11.2%
University of Bolton George Holmes 230 202 -12.2%
University of Exeter Professor Steve Smith 334 290 -13.2%
Cardiff University Professor Colin Riordan 264 218 -17.4%
Loughborough University ‌Professor Robert Allison 266 201 -24.4%
Canterbury Christ Church University Professor Rama Thirunamachandran 203 147 -27.6%
University of Abertay Dundee Professor Nigel Seaton 245 164 -33.1%
Leeds Trinity University Professor Margaret House² 134 82 -38.8%
Anglia Ruskin University Professor Michael Thorne 255  n/a n/a
University of Bedfordshire Bill Rammell 280  n/a n/a
St Mary’s University College, Twickenham Dr Arthur Naylor 144  n/a n/a
Edinburgh Napier University Professor Andrea Nolan 209  n/a n/a
Northumbria University Professor Andrew Wathey 233  n/a n/a
University of Chichester Professor Clive Behagg 150  n/a n/a
Central School of Speech and Drama Professor Gavin Henderson 164  n/a n/a
Oxford Brookes University Professor Janet Beer 214  n/a n/a
Glyndŵr University Professor Michael Scott 199  n/a n/a
Plymouth University Professor Wendy Purcell 280  n/a n/a
Royal Veterinary College Professor Stuart Reid 237  n/a n/a
Average 223 235 5.1

¹ SOAS advise us that Professor Webley’s sharp jump in salary can be explained by the fact that during the autumn term in 2011/12 he was in Norway on research leave and received a reduced salary during this period. On his return he resumed full pay.  Professor Webley’s annual pay of £190,363 is the same amount he has received since 2008/09.
² Professor House’s salary is only for seven months as she took over in January. On a pro-rata basis she would have earned £140,000 – an increase of 4.2%