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Clare Gough appointed as Academic Registrar at University of Hull

The University of Hull has welcomed Clare Gough as its new Academic Registrar.

Clare was formerly the Director of Student Services at Nottingham University, and officially took up her post at Hull on March 1.

In her new role, Clare is the University of Hull’s senior responsible officer for advice and guidance on all matters of student administration.

She will ensure the effective academic administration of students at Hull, from enrolment right through to graduation.

Clare will also oversee the University’s relationships with regulators and professional bodies including the Office for Students, Ofsted, Student Finance England and QAA.

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Clare Gough

Speaking about her appointment at the University, Clare said: “I’m delighted to be taking up this pivotal role at the University of Hull.

“It is a university that is rightly admired for its warm welcome, the added value which it gives to students and its overall ambition. I am particularly grateful for the welcome which I have received.

“A significant evolution is also well underway. Whilst our purpose is to help our students fulfil their potential, I will seek opportunities to achieve integrated, informed and responsive systems, processes and services for the community as a whole.

“I am looking forward to working right across the institution: with colleagues in faculties and professional services, with our students and with the HUSU.” Clare Gough

Clare will provide the University with a greater capacity to focus on and improve the many systems and processes which are used every day to interact with our students.

She was formerly the Director of Student Services at Nottingham University, where she led a large transformation programme across a number of student services and processes.

Clare also held a number of roles at Nottingham including in governance and quality assurance.

She has also worked at the University of Derby and at Aberystwyth, where she also studied for her University degree.

“The University is well placed to deal with the significant challenges facing the higher education sector in the UK whilst delivering high quality teaching and research which is addressing global challenges,” Clare said.

“I feel fortunate to be able to add my contribution to Hull’s future development reflecting the 2020-2030 Strategy.”

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