The Year Ahead

Our fundraising priorities for 2016-17 support the overall vision, mission and aims of the University. Linked directly to the University’s strategic aims, they reflect our underpinning ​influences and priority fundraising themes.

Access to Education

Access to Education supports the University’s primary strategic aim of Academic Excellence, as well as the influences of Access and the Student Experience, and London and the World. 

It has a direct link to our priority fundraising theme of Global Access to Education, and has a specific case for support that includes a breakdown of projects, such as scholarships for the University of London International Programmes and the University of London Institute in Paris, and studentships in the School of Advanced Study.

Public Understanding of the Humanities

This priority supports the University’s primary strategic aim of Academic Excellence and reflects the underpinning influence of Public Benefit. 

Public Understanding of the Humanities also links to our priority fundraising theme of Public Engagement, and has a specific case for support that includes a breakdown of projects, for instance, support for the Chair in Public Understanding of the Humanities.

Opening Our Doors

This priority supports both the University’s strategic aims of Academic Excellence and Property that is Valued and Relevant. It reflects all four of our underpinning influences: London and the World, Access and the Student Experience, Public Benefit and Collaboration. 

It has a direct link to our fundraising theme of Public Engagement, and has a specific case for support that includes a breakdown of projects, for example, the Senate House tower, Senate House Library and its special collections, the Being Human Festival and the redevelopment of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.

Digital Scholarship

Supporting the University’s primary strategic aim of Academic Excellence and reflecting the influence of Access, this priority is linked directly to our Digital Scholarship priority fundraising theme. 

It has a specific case for support that includes a breakdown of projects, including support for the Chair in Digital Humanities and digitisation projects in a number of the central University’s Institutes, and within Senate House Library.

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Development Office
University of London
Senate House
Malet Street
London
WC1E 7HU

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