Vice Chancellor, University of Chichester, Chair (designate) of Chichester Academy Trust
Clive Behagg was appointed Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of the University of Chichester on 1st January 2011 after serving for nine months as Acting Vice-Chancellor. He also holds a Personal Chair in History at the University and is the author of Politics and Production in the Early 19th Century. Between 1996 and 2009, whilst Deputy Principal and then Deputy Vice-Chancellor, he was also seconded for 40 days a year as an Institutional Auditor and Review Chair for the Quality Assurance Agency, conducting reviews in over sixty universities and colleges in the UK.
Clive is a governor at Crawley College and has chaired its Curriculum Quality and Standards Committee. He is also a governor of The Regis School and has been since it became an academy. Until recently he was also a member of the LGB of Littlehampton Academy, and served for ten years as a governor at the Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Collyer’s Sixth Form College, where he chaired the Quality and Standards Committee.
Clive is Vice Chair of the Board, chairs the Standards Committee and is an ex-officio member of the Search and Remuneration Committees.