Planning & Management Information
Planning & Management Information (PMI) is a division of the Registrar's Department.
We provide planning, performance, and decision support across a broad range of University functions, including:
- Support to the University's Management Board and to Council and its Committees in the development of the University's Strategic Plan.
- The University's annual planning process, for example by developing projections of student numbers and income, monitoring institutional and business unit performance, analysing trends in demand, and managing the planning framework.
- The provision of management information to decision makers on both a regular and ad-hoc basis, including metrics on School and institutional performance, bespoke research, and the development of surveys and the analysis of responses.
- Risk Management, which refers not only to support for the regular review and updating of the University's Risk Register, but also the development and implementation of a risk management framework that embeds risk assessment, reporting, and risk control monitoring into all University functions and activities.
- Oversight, management and support of the University's ongoing internal review process, covering both Schools and Professional Services.
- The development of student statistics, including the institutional HESA and HESES statistical returns.
- Project and programme management support, via the Special Projects Unit, for the implementation of key Management Board initiatives and decisions.
University of Nottingham Information
- University Plan
- University Strategic Plan 2010-15 (Public version)
- Fee Schedule
- Risk Management
- School and University Level Statistics
- School and Central Support Services Planning
- Management Information
- Planning & Management Information Division
- The University of Nottingham
- A107, Trent Building
- University Park
- Nottingham, NG7 2RD, UK
- Tel: +44 (0) 115 951 4050
- Fax: +44 115 951 5739 (Registrar's office)
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