Vice-Chancellor expenses and travel/subsistence for Professor Stuart Croft Feburary 2016 to July 2016. We publish this information on a voluntary basis in order to provide details of the travel, accommodation and subsistence costs for the Vice-Chancellor in the course of performing his duties for the University.
Details of the total emoluments including salary, pension and benefits in kind for the Vice-Chancellor are published in the University’s financial accounts.
For the post of Vice-Chancellor, the proposed purpose and duration of all overseas trips are approved in advance by the Pro-Chancellor and Chair of Council. All expense claims and travel and subsistence costs are checked by an authorised signatory before approval in accordance with the University's financial regulations.
Expenses from 1 February 2016 to 31 July 2016
|Month||Location||Purpose||Nature of cost / duration||Amount (£)|
|February '16 total:||£978|
|March 2016||Singapore / Indonesia (>5)||Meetings / Alumni Event||Travel (road/rail/air)||3,420|
|March '16 total:
|April 2016||Beijing (>5)||Meetings||Travel (road/rail/air)||4,711|
|April '16 total:||£6,342|
|May 2016||Brussels||European Guild of Research Intensive Universities||Travel (road/rail/air)
|May '16 total:||£780|
|June 2016||Hong Kong / Singapore (>5)||Meetings / Alumni Event||Travel (road/rail/air)||3,318|
|June '16 total:||£4,485|
|July '16 total:||£944|
This includes air, rail and road travel. Due to the amount of travel that the Stuart is required to undertake and that he is required to work while he travels, the University permits under the terms of the Vice-Chancellor’s contract business class travel.
Commitments include but are not exclusive to:
• Meetings with partner organisations, promotion of the University in key recruitment markets, alumni engagement events and fundraising, and higher education sector meetings;
• Participation in governmental events overseas – both UK ministerial visits and foreign government invitations;
• Other University-related commitments such as external speaking, board membership or meeting engagements (some of which may be reimbursed by the organisers).
<5 indicates where an overseas trip is up to and including five days’ duration; >5 indicates where a trip is more than five days’ duration.
4. Reimbursable costs
This includes where travel, accommodation or subsistence costs are associated with the VC’s professional commitments not directly associated with the University and these are eligible to be reclaimed by the University. It also includes where the VC has made a personal contribution to the costs of an engagement. Where costs have been paid directly by an external organisation, these are not listed.