Margaret Phelan, Wales official for the University and College Union (UCU), said vice-chancellor pay was an "embarrassment" to the sector.
What does VC stand for?
VC stands for Vice-Chancellor
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Javaid Laghari informed the Chairman National Assembly Standing Committee on Education and Training that the Executive Committee of all Vice-Chancellors of Pakistan representing 137 universities met on Thursday and categorically rejected the proposed Private Members HEC Amendment Bill.
Javaid Laghari informed the Chairman National Assembly Standing Committee on Education & Training that the Executive Committee of all Vice-Chancellors of Pakistan representing 137 universities met on Wednesday and categorically rejected the proposed Private Members HEC Amendment Bill.
BANGOR University's vice-chancellor Prof John Hughes has been appointed to a leading role in higher education.
The university statutes are quite liberal in vesting the Vice-Chancellor with all possible powers and thus making him the key functionary of his university.
Business Secretary Vince Cable launched a scathing attack on the salaries of vice-chancellors last year after describing them as being "out of touch with reality on pay levels.
In 2008 Professor Graham Henderson, the vice-chancellor of Teesside University, was paid pounds 202,508, including pensions.
Kao, 75, who has dual British and US nationalities but has been based in Hong Kong, was vice-chancellor of the university before retiring in 1996.