Freedom of information
The University follows the model publication scheme approved by the UK's Information Commissioner for the purposes of the Freedom of Information Act. The current version of that model publication scheme was introduced from 1 January 2009.
If you are looking for information and services you can expect the University to regularly or routinely provide you will probably find it simpler to search or explore the rest of our website for the information you require before submitting a request under the Freedom of Information Act. For example:
For information on admissions, programmes or a prospectus visit our contact us page
For replacement certificates, authentication or verification of awards try the Student Services Centre: Counter services website
We have published a guide to the information the University makes available to the public. This guide follows the format prescribed by the Office of the Information Commissioner under the agreed Definition Document for Universities. The guide gives further information on the classes of information which the Information Commissioner has identified and the method by which information published under the scheme is made available by the University.
The buttons on the right-hand side of this page, which follow the classes of information the Information Commissioner has identified, provide links to listings within these categorisations.
Information published on the University website is free to access in that format subject to any copyright restrictions as noted on our legal issues and disclaimers page.