The College of Humanities and Social Science was formed in 2002, bringing together the former faculties of Arts, Divinity, Education, Law, Music and Social Science.
In 2002, the University underwent a major internal restructuring, when the existing faculties were reorganised into three Colleges, containing a total of 22 Schools. The three Colleges are:
The College of Humanities and Social Science, the largest of the Colleges, encompasses 11 of the 22 schools.
Central administrative and management services for the College are led by the College Senior Management Team, consisting of the Vice-Principal, the College Registrar, the Director of Academic and Student Administration, three Deans, the College Accountant and the Head of College HR.
The management structure of the College Office is led by a Vice-Principal, known as the Head of College, who is supported by three Deans and six Associate Deans.
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The administrative structure of the College is led by the College Registrar and the Director of Academic and Student Administration, with a Resources Team, Finance Team, Human Resources Team, Academic Affairs Team and Web Team.
This article was published on Sep 18, 2013