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A report about the progress of the Recovery Programme to date has been submitted to the University Council.

In July 2020, General Board and Council approved an ambitious programme of work to help the University recover from the pandemic, make the most of new opportunities and improve the way we work in the future. This has come to be known simply as the Recovery Programme. 

During the last 12 months, a small project management team led by Professor Andy Neely, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise and Business Relations, has sought to lay the foundations of the Recovery Programme.

Many projects are now starting to deliver results. The International Student Recruitment project, for example, has developed the first dedicated strategy for the recruitment of international students to Cambridge, which will increase the quality of international applicants and enhance the balance of international students by country and region across subjects and colleges. The Cambridge Impact on Society project is already revitalising the way we tell the world about our research achievements, with an updated news website and an interactive map of 164 global impact case studies.

You can read more about the progress of the Recovery Programme so far in this summary report to Council [Raven login required]. 

 

Published

21 October 2021