The University’s Institutes provide leadership and resource in areas of strategic priority across the institution’s three primary portfolios:
Our Institutes coordinate and support multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary work of the highest quality in their fields. They also play a major role in the University’s engagement with external partners and business, as well as supporting student recruitment, research and innovation funding, and philanthropic donations.
A community of artists, students and business leaders who believe art can change the world
Promoting interdisciplinary research and activities in cyber security related topics
Conserving nature through world-class research and teaching
High-quality research, knowledge exchange and education for health, social care and wellbeing.