The Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor and Senior Executives are responsible for the strategic vision of the University. Their leadership ensures the University remains a viable, accountable and world-class institution.
Mr. Allan J Myers AC QC
The Chancellor chairs the University Council and acts as the ceremonial head of the University.
Professor Glyn Davis AC
The Vice-Chancellor is the Chief Executive Officer of the University. The Vice-Chancellor and the Senior Executives form the highest level of management at the University.
Professor Margaret Sheil AO
The Provost leads the Melbourne Students and Learning Division, which delivers the full range of student services and activities. She is also the standing deputy to the Vice Chancellor.
Professor Jim McCluskey
The DVC (Research) is responsible for supporting the management, administration and development of the University's research agenda.
Administration & Finance
& Chief Financial Officer
Mr Allan Tait
Responsible for strategy and leadership of core corporate services functions, including finance, human resources and employee relations, capital works and infrastructure planning, IT, environmental health and safety, and procurement.
Policy and Projects
Dr Julie Wells
Reporting to the Vice-Chancellor, Dr Wells leads four broad Chancellery portfolios: policy and government relations; governance and strategic risk; strategy, planning and performance; and major projects.
Mr Adrian Collette AM
The Vice Principal (Engagement) is responsible for the University's domestic external-facing representation efforts, and engagement strategy including collections and cultural programs; Indigenous strategy and community partnerships; marketing and brand management; communications and corporate relations and the University community relations (including sport, residential colleges and City of Melbourne engagement).
Mr Nick Blinco
The role of Vice-Principal (Advancement) at the University of Melbourne comes with a wide remit, including overseeing alumni relations as well as philanthropic campaigns at the University.
Mr Doron Ben-Meir
The Vice Principal (Enterprise) is responsible for the overarching strategic development of the University’s Enterprise Model which focuses on the appropriate utilisation of the University’s human capital, physical assets and platforms, investment capital and its intellectual property portfolio to optimise the resources available to drive excellence in teaching and research.
Head Of University Services
Mr Paul Duldig
As Head of University Services at the University of Melbourne, Paul leads a new division with a vital institution-wide role supervising the delivery of services to faculties and graduate schools and the Chancellery.
Prof Nilss Olekalns
The Council of the University relies upon the Academic Board for advice and recommendation on academic (related) matters. The current President is Professor Nilss Olekalns.
Deans and Heads
The accountability framework describes how the University monitors, analyses and reports on its business, academic and other activities.