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Charlie Jeffery

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Charlie Jeffery

Vice Chancellor of
University of York
Assumed office
Personal details
ResidenceYork, UK
ProfessionUniversity Vice Chancellor
Alma materLoughborough University, UK
Scientific career
FieldsPolitical science

Charlie Jeffery CBE FAcSS is the Vice Chancellor and President of University of York, UK.[1]

Early life

Jeffery was educated at Loughborough University with a B.A. and a Ph.D. in European Studies.[2]


From 1999-2004, Jeffrey was professor of politics at the University of Birmingham, UK. In 2004, he was appointed professor of politics at school of social and political studies, University of Edinburgh, UK. From 2009-2012, he became head of school of social and political studies. In 2012, he was appointed vice principal of public policy and in 2014 as senior vice principal of the University of Edinburgh. In 2019, he joined University of York as vice chancellor and president.[3]


Jeffery was an ESRC impact champion. He was a director of ESRC devolution and constitutional change programme.[4] He was chair of the UK political studies association. He was an advisor to the House of Commons Select Committee and to the Scotland Parliament's Bill Committee.[5]


Jeffery was awarded a CBE in 2016 by the Queen for his contributions in promoting social science on public decision making.[6] He is a fellow of the academy of social sciences.[7]


  1. ^ "Office of Vice Chancellor, University of York, UK".
  2. ^ "Charlie Jeffery, Professor of Politics, University of Edinburgh".
  3. ^ "Profile of Charles Jeffery, World's WhoisWho".
  4. ^ "Charlie Jeffery, ESRC UK".
  5. ^ "Speaker Profile of Charlie Jeffery" (PDF).
  6. ^ "Professor Charlie Jeffery Awarded CBE".
  7. ^ "Professor Charlie Jeffery, Fellow of Academy of Social Sciences, UK".
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