Hugh Hall MBA CPFA (Hons)
Chief Operating Officer
Mr Hall works closely with the University's Chief Financial Officer, David Coyle, to lead the eight corporate directorates that make up Professional Services.
He has direct line management for four Professional Service departments: Student Experience & Enhancement Services, Marketing & Development Services, Information Services and Research & Knowledge Exchange Services. He is also responsible for the Technology and Innovation Centre project.
Prior to joining Strathclyde in April 2010, he was the Chief Financial Officer at Scottish Enterprise. During his time at Scottish Enterprise he was recognised with the Public Sector Finance Director of the Year award in recognition of his work following the Scottish Government's enterprise networks review.
He was previously Managing Director of Audit Services Group, Audit Scotland, and Director of Corporate Services at Visit Scotland. He has held senior roles at Scottish Homes, the Occupational Health & Safety Agency and the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council.
Mr Hall was previously a member of Court at Edinburgh Napier University and was past Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy. He currently chairs the Board of Forth Valley College, a position he has held since 2009. Mr Hall completed a MBA at the University of Edinburgh.
- Principal and Vice Chancellor Sir Jim McDonald
- Convener of Court
- Vice Principal
- Chief Operating Officer
- Chief Financial Officer
- Deputy Principal External Affairs & Advancement
- Dean, Strathclyde Business School
- Dean, Faculty of Science
- Dean, Faculty of Engineering
- Dean, Faculty of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
- Associate Deputy Principal Education and Professor of Chemical Engineering
- Associate Deputy Principal Education and Professor of Management Science
- Associate Deputy Principal Knowledge Exchange and Research Enhancement, and Professor of Risk
- Associate Deputy Principal Research and Knowledge Exchange, and Professor of Analytical Chemistry