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Definition of "vice-chancellor" []

  • The rank below a chancellor. (noun)
  • The official holding that office. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "vice-chancellor" in a sentence
  • "It appointed the insider Peter North, its former vice-chancellor, to undertake an inquiry as to why Rafsanjani fils was relieved of the requirement to speak the Queen's English and even to reside in Oxford."
  • "New Ideas for Urban Living, heard from Geoff Mulgan, former adviser to Tony Blair, now chief executive of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts; Kevin McCloud, developer and broadcaster; Pam Alexander, former chair of the Peabody Trust; and Lord Broers, former vice-chancellor of Cambridge University and chair of the science and technology committee of the House of Lords."
  • "Its vice-chancellor, Bob Burgess, said: A dynamic university will hold its nerve during this period, which is a period of transition."