Vice-Chancellor’s remuneration

Deakin is committed to transparency regarding the remuneration of the Vice-Chancellor and updates this information annually alongside the release of the University’s Annual Report.

Remuneration details

Professor Martin’s reported total remuneration comprises salary, contractual performance incentives, superannuation and accrued leave. The Vice-Chancellor’s salary for 2022 is currently in the range of $980,000 to $989,999, as displayed in the table below.

The 2021 salary range was $850,000 to $859,999. There were no contractual or salary changes in 2022 and the difference between 2022 and 2021 represents the voluntary decision not to take any part of the incentive payment in a past year.

Vice-Chancellor’s remuneration details





2021 performance incentive payment$150,750
Accrued recreation leave$52,132
Accrued long service leave


Total$980,000 to $989,999