The UK has a single, nationally agreed salary column for higher education positions in most institutions. This is led by the Union of Universities and Colleges (UCU) which negotiates salaries, salary structure and conditions of employment on behalf of higher education (HE) and higher education (FE). It is important to note that a few universities do not follow this single pay column. In addition to your salary, you will receive a pension and other benefits such as discounted gym membership, commute to work program, staff support counseling, employee assistant program, and access to Profs online stata tutors.These non-cash benefits supplement your salary as a university professor or professor.
The following picture shows the salary ranges in the context of typical progression trajectories observed for higher education positions at UK universities. This means that the salaries of teachers and professors in the United Kingdom vary considerably not only between universities, but also between states, types of institutions (public or private), and academic fields. Some universities offer improved teaching and academic leadership programs for more experienced staff. The data provides a total sum only for the number of universities that make up the data, and not for the number of staff holding each type of position.
For more information on salary scales, visit the University and College Union (UCU) website.