The University’s objects are, for the public benefit:
to promote and advance education and training; and
to promote, undertake and advance research
The University of Derby is an exempt charity
Legal name and correspondence address
University of Derby
The Objects of the University
The University's objects are, for the public benefit:
- to promote and advance education and training; and
- to promote, undertake and advance research
The governing body of the University is the Council who are also charitable trustees of the University. Further information about the Council, list of University Council members and biographies are available on the University governance webpages.
View Governing Council's latest Register of Interests.
The University has published its annual accounts for last year, ending 31 July, and previous years.
The University also has connections with local organisations that act as our subsidiaries:
Exempt charity subsidiary
Derbyshire Student Residences Limited
Registered charity subsidiary
University of Derby Theatre Limited
Information related to the charitable activities and performance of the University of Derby Theatre Limited can be found on the Charity Commission website. The registered charity number of the company is 1129005.
Working with the community
We're committed to giving access to education for all. Visit the community page to find out more.
Caring for our environment
We're committed to reducing our impact on the environment and the local community, so we're a University that really does care.
Equality and diversity
We're committed to providing an environment that seeks to encourage an open and diverse community.
Schools and colleges liaison and widening participation
We offer a range of activities, presentations and workshops that can help students get an accurate insight into higher education.