Hundreds of students have marched throughout the University of Bath protesting towards the retirement preparations in their vice-chancellor.
Prof Dame Glynis Breakwell made her resignation announcement on Wednesday after a row about her wage of £468,000.
She stays on complete wage till officially leaving in February 2019.
The University of Bath stated: “Today’s protest adds to the university’s record of valuing freedom of expression.”
Slogans carried via the protesting students integrated: “Education not remuneration”, “Bin the Glyn” and “Biscuits don’t grow on trees”, a connection with a reported expense declare made via Dame Glynis for a £2 pack of biscuits.
The protest used to be organised via ultimate 12 months politics pupil Clementine Boucher who stated: “There hasn’t been an illustration at this campus because the 1980s which presentations simply how indignant individuals are about this.
“We should be certain that this by no means occurs once more. She has to surrender with out the golden handshake.”
Another pupil added: “She doesn’t deserve her paid sabbatical, she doesn’t deserve her car loan to be paid off, she should be going, she should be ashamed.”
Dame Glynis have been below sustained drive over her wage, which made her the perfect paid vice-chancellor in the United Kingdom.
Earlier, the University of Bath’s Council agreed to do so on suggestions made in a file via the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) into the principles round government pay.
A school spokesperson stated: “We are committed to promoting and encouraging free debate and enquiry, even when this can sometimes be unpopular, controversial or provocative.”