Professor Mark Considine
The Provost leads Chancellery (Academic and International) and is the standing deputy to the Vice-Chancellor.
The Provost develops and oversees academic policies, program development and learning and teaching activities University-wide. Chancellery (Academic and International) works closely with the University’s academic and administrative leaders to:
The DVC (Graduate and International) and Deputy Provost has accountabilities for graduate education and addressing challenges and opportunities for the Melbourne Model.
The DVC and Deputy Provost, Academic and Undergraduate has accountabilities for academic staff recruitment, retention, promotion, recognition and performance management, and teaching and learning.
The PVC Indigenous has responsibilities for leadership of the University’s Indigenous higher education strategy and development.
The PVC (Teaching & Learning) leads the University's strategy in teaching, learning and assessment, curriculum innovation, educational technologies, learning analytics, and the use of physical and virtual space.
The Director, Students & Equity works with the Deputy Provost on developing and achieving the University’s strategy in relation to students. The Director, Academic Strategy drives the development and implementation of academic strategy and policy.