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Anglia Ruskin Universityís Publication Scheme

ARU Publication Scheme is available here in printable document format.

 

PART ONE : INTRODUCTION

 

1. Legal Requirement

Adopting a publication scheme is a requirement of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).  The FOIA promotes greater openness and accountability across the public sector by requiring all public authorities to make information available proactively, through a publication scheme. 

‘Public authorities’ are defined in the FOIA and include universities, further education colleges and sixth form colleges’.

 

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2. What is a publication scheme?

A publication scheme is a document which describes the information a public authority publishes or intends to publish.  In this context, ‘publish’ means to make information available routinely.  These descriptions are called ‘classes of information’.  The scheme is not a list of the actual publications, because this will change as new material is published or existing material revised.  It is, however, the public authority’s commitment to make available the information described.  The public authority must also make clear how the information described can be accessed and whether or not charges will be made. 

 

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3. The Model Publication Scheme for higher education

Anglia Ruskin University has adopted the Model Publication Scheme which has been prepared and approved by the Information Commissioner.  This scheme takes effect from 1 January 2009 and commits Anglia Ruskin University to make information available to the public as part of its normal business activities.  The information covered is included in the classes of information mentioned below, where this information is held by Anglia Ruskin University. Anglia Ruskin University has produced a Guide to Information which specifies the particular information it publishes, how it will be published and what charge, if any will be made. 

The classes of information will not usually include;

  • Information the disclosure of which is prevented by law, or exempt under the Freedom of Information Act, or is otherwise considered to be protected from disclosure.
  • Information in draft form.
  • Information that is no longer readily available as it is contained in files that have been archived or is difficult to access for similar reasons.

 

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4. Anglia Ruskin University

Over the last 20 years, Anglia Ruskin University has transformed from a Higher Education College, to a polytechnic and it gained university status in 1992.

The mission of Anglia Ruskin University is to sustain and continue to develop, at a number of locations in the Anglia region, an institution of international standing and quality which serves the particular educational, economic and cultural needs of the region, so assisting its development and identity within the European and wider communities. 

We employ 1700 members of staff and we had 36,234 registered students in 2013/14 (25,791 FTE) and a turnover of around £190million.

We have two main campuses in Chelmsford and Cambridge, however, we also have links with over 25 partner institutions throughout the region and abroad. 

Our governance is subject to the Education Reform Act 1998, the Further and Higher Education Act 1992 and the Articles of Government. 

Anglia Ruskin University affairs are managed by two distinct bodies: the Board of Governors and Senate.  The Governors are responsible for overseeing the operational aspects of the University and Senate are responsible for academic standards. 

 

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5. Accessing Information in the Publication Scheme (the Scheme)

The majority of the information in the Scheme is available via a web link or on request, either electronically or as a paper document, using the email foi@anglia.ac.uk or the postal address below.  Please mark all requests with ‘FREEDOM OF INFORMATION – PUBLICATION SCHEME REQUEST’ so that they can be processed as quickly as possible. 

The information listed in the Scheme is available free of charge unless otherwise stated.  Multiple copies may be charged for depending on volume. Any charges will be notified to the requester prior to the information being provided. 

The information contained in the Scheme is divided into broad classes that are easy to understand.  This allows easier and quicker access to the required information. 

 

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5.1 The classes of information we publish are described below.

1) Who we are and what we do.
Organisational information, structures, locations and contacts.

2) What we spend and how we spend it.
Financial information relating to projected and actual income and expenditure.

3) What our priorities are and how we are doing.
Strategy and performance information.

4) How we make decisions.
Information on our decision making processes.

5) Our policies and procedures.
Current written protocols, policies and procedures for delivering services and responsibilities.

6) Lists and registers.
Information we are currently legally required to hold in publicly available registers.

7) The services we offer.
Information about the services we provide.

Next to each class we have indicated the manner in which the information described will be available.  We have also indicated whether charges apply to material in each class.

Please note that a publication scheme relates to ‘published’ information. Therefore material covered has already been prepared in a format ready for distribution.

 

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6. Information not included in the Scheme

6.1       With effect from 1 January 2005 members of the public have the right, under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, to request any information held by Anglia Ruskin University which it has not already made available through its publication scheme. 

6.2       On receipt of a written request (this includes fax and email), Anglia Ruskin University’s obligations under the Act will be met by informing any enquirer whether it holds the information in question and if it does, subject to exemptions, by supplying that information to the enquirer, or making arrangements for the enquirer to inspect the information, within 20 working days. 

6.3       Anglia Ruskin University will not release information if it is found to be covered by one of the 23 absolute or qualified exemptions.  We have to carry out a public interest test where a qualified exemption is concerned and must explain the reason for exempting the information to the requester.  Examples of possible exempt information include personal information (including details of members of staff, students or research subjects) the processing of which is covered by the Data Protection Act 1998 and information that might prejudice our commercial interests. 

6.4       The classes of information will not generally include:

  • Information, the disclosure of which is prevented by law, or exempt under the Freedom of Information Act, or is otherwise properly considered to be protected from disclosure.
  • Information in draft form.
  • Information that is no longer readily available as it is contained in files that have been placed in archive storage, or is difficult to access for similar reasons. 

6.5       If we rely on an exemption, then we will, within 20 days or any longer period permitted by regulations, provide the applicant with a refusal notice which:
           

  • states that fact;
  • specifies the exemption in question; and
  • states why the exemption applies (unless this is obvious)

This notice must:

  • contain particulars of any procedure provided by us for dealing with complaints about the handling of requests for information or state that we do not provide such a procedure; and
  • contain particulars of the right to apply for a decision by the Information Commissioner. 

 

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7. Feedback and review of the Scheme

Anglia Ruskin University will review the Scheme on a regular basis. Following each review it is expected that new information will be added to the list of current classes.  Anyone who is unable to find any information listed or who would like to provide feedback on the scheme should contact the University Records Manager at foi@anglia.ac.uk. All views will be considered during the review process as a means of improving access to the information within the scheme. 

 

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8. Contacts

The University Records Manager is responsible for maintenance of the Scheme on a day to day basis.

If you have any comments please send them to Jackie Barlow, University Records Manager by:

Post:

Room 311
3rd Floor
Tindal Building
Rivermead Campus
Anglia Ruskin University
Bishop Hall Lane
Chelmsford
CM1 1SQ

E-mail

foi@anglia.ac.uk

Complaints

If you feel dissatisfied with the outcome of a request, or the manner in which it was handled, you have the right to appeal against the decision.  You should write to or email the University Records Manager at the addresses above.  Receipt of the appeal will be acknowledged immediately and a more comprehensive reply shall be sent within 14 working days. 
If you are not satisfied with the reply and wish to complain, you should inform the University Records Manager within 14 working days.  The matter will then be passed to the Secretary & Clerk for review.  Receipt of the complaint shall be acknowledged immediately and a more comprehensive reply shall be sent within 14 working days. 

The Office of the Information Commissioner (ICO) is responsible for promoting best practice and ensuring Anglia Ruskin University complies with the FOIA.  Any matters that have not been dealt with satisfactorily should be taken up with the ICO at the following address:

Post

The Information Commissioner
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF

E-mail

mail@ico.gsi.gov.uk

 

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9. Further information

More information about the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and publication schemes can be found on the Information Commissioner’s website at:

www.ico.gov.uk

Please note that Scotland has its own Freedom of Information Act and Information Commissioner.  For more information, please see the Scottish Executive’s website at:

www.scotland.gov.uk/about/FOI

 

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PART TWO : GUIDE TO INFORMATION
CLASSES OF INFORMATION

1) Who we are and what we do.

This section includes information on how Anglia Ruskin University is structured, our vision and values, our location and the key people involved in the running of our university. 

Links to the information are provided throughout the scheme where information is available via a web link; all other information can be requested from foi@anglia.ac.uk or by post from the University Records Manager at the contact address provided on our Freedom of Information web page www.anglia.ac.uk/foi

 

Information

Description

Format

Charge

1.1
Legal Framework

This class contains information relating to how Anglia Ruskin University was established and its standing from the point of view of the law.
Ultimately the corporate status of some HE ‘corporations’ will be conferred by the relevant statues, in particular the Education Reform Act of 1988 and the Further and Higher Education Act 1992.  The actual legislation is already publicly available, e.g. on the HMSO (Her Majesty’s Stationery Office) web site (www.legislation.hmso.gov.uk/acts.htm)

Anglia Ruskin University’s legal status has been conferred by way of instruments and articles of government and these are accessible at:
www.anglia.ac.uk/governance

To view the Privy Council document relating to the formation of Anglia Polytechnic University please click here and for the Privy Council document amending our name to Anglia Ruskin University please click here

Web-based or hard copy available on request.

Free online.

1.2
Governance Structure

This class contains information relating to how Anglia Ruskin University’s management structure is organised and the function and purpose of each part of the management structure.

For more information on the membership of our Board of Governors visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/b_mem.phtml

For details of the organisational structure of the Board of Governors' committees, the details of members, committee rules and constitutions visit Section 2 of the Governors' Handbook at www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/handbook.phtml

For further information including the agendas and minutes of the Board of Governors' committees please visit www.anglia.ac.uk/sec_clerk, www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/b_comm.phtml

For information including on the structure of Senate and its standing committees including the minutes of Senate please visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/acad_sec/index.phtml and www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/uinfo/comm.phtml


Web-based or hard copy available on request.

Free online.

1.3
How Anglia Ruskin University is organised. 

This class contains information relating to how the individual units of Anglia Ruskin University are organised and where each unit fits in the overall structure of Anglia Ruskin University. 

SUPPORT SERVICES

For information about the Vice Chancellor's Group visit www.anglia.ac.uk/about-us/corporate-plan-and-leadership

For information about the Secretary & Clerk's Office visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/

For information about our Academic Office please visit ao_structure.pdf and www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/

For information about our Risk Management section please click here for contact details of staff members.

For details of our Risk Management Strategy click here and for our Corporate Risk Policy click here. For details of our Health & Safety Policy Statement please click here, for details of our Responsibilities for Health & Safety Management click here and for details of our Health & Safety Committees click here.

For details of our Insurance Contract please click here.

For information on our other Support Services please visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/supportservs/

FACULTIES

There are five faculties at Anglia Ruskin University; 1. The Faculty of Science & Technology, 2. The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, 3. The Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences, 4. The Lord Ashcroft International Business School and 5. The Faculty of Medical Science.

1. For information on The Faculty of Science & Technology visit www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/faculties/fst/staff

2. For information on The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education visit www.anglia.ac.uk/fhsce/staff

3. For information on The Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences including information on the departments within this faculty and staff roles within this faculty visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/faculties/alss

4. For information on the Lord Ashcroft International Business School including information on the departments within this faculty and staff roles within this faculty visit http://www.anglia.ac.uk/lord-ashcroft-international-business-school/contact-us

5. For information on the Faculty of Medical Science please visit www.anglia.ac.uk/medical-science

BOARDS AND COMMITTEES

For information on our academic boards and committees including terms of reference and membership visit our Academic Office website at www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/ and www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/uinfo/comm.html and

For details of our academic committee meeting dates for 2014/15 visit;

www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/uinfo/comm.phtml

For information on our Board of Governors' committees including terms of reference and membership and committee dates see Governance Structure in 1.2 above.

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request.

Free online.

1.4
Information on the institutional context

This class includes:

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request.

Free online.

1.5
Management structure

This class includes information on:

  • Major organisational units - please see details at 1.3 above 'How Anglia Ruskin University is organised'.
  • The roles of the Vice Chancellor's Group can also be viewed at 1.3 above.

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request.

Free online.

1.6
Student liaison

This class includes information relating to the structure and functioning of staff/student consultative committees or other liaison groups. 

For more information on Student Services visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/student_services/index.phtml and for information on our Students' Union please visit www.angliastudent.com/

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request.

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy.

1.7
Staffing structure of faculties/departments

For more information on staff roles within faculties and departments see 1.3 above 'How Anglia Ruskin University is organised' or visit www.anglia.ac.uk

Web-based or hard copy available on request.

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy.

 

 

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2) What we spend and how we spend it.

This section includes information on Anglia Ruskin University’s strategy and management of financial resources. 

Some information relating to Anglia Ruskin University’s commercial and financial interests may be exempt from publication and is not published in this section. 

Links to the information are provided throughout the scheme where information is available via a web link; all other information can be requested from foi@anglia.ac.uk or by post from the University Records Manager at the contact address provided on our Freedom of Information web page www.anglia.ac.uk/foi

Information

Description

Format

Charge

2.1
Finance

 

  • For details of our salaries and staff allowances– visit www.anglia.ac.uk/finance/index.phtml
  • The pay multiple - i.e. the ratio between the highest paid salary and the median salary of the ARU workforce is 15%
  • For details of our expenses policy and procedures - click here
  • For details of our pay structure see section 5.4 below.

 

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request.

 

Free online.

2.2
Resource planning

For details of our;

Web-based or hard copy available on request.

Free online.

2.3
Research Funding

This class contains information on what research is funded, where from and on what terms.  For example, all research funded by public funds administered by the Research Councils and Charities to European and International bodies, as well as local and national Employers.

For more information visit our Research and Innovation Development Office site at www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/rido/

For information on the REF (Research Excellence Framework) which has replaced the RAE (Research Assessment Exercise) visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/rido/research/ref.phtml

Web-based or hard copy available on request.

Free online.

 

 

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3) What our priorities are and how we are doing.

This section includes information on Anglia Ruskin University’s key strategies and plans, performance indicators and relevant audits, inspections and reviews. 

Links to the information are provided throughout the scheme where information is available via a web link; all other information can be requested from foi@anglia.ac.uk or by post from the University Records Manager at the contact address provided on our Freedom of Information web page www.anglia.ac.uk/foi

 

 

Information

Description

Format

Charge

3.1
Academic quality and standards

For information about our Academic Office please visit ao_structure.pdf and www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/

For information on Anglia Learning and Teaching visit www.lta.anglia.ac.uk/ and to view Anglia's Learning, Teaching & Assessment Strategy visit www.lta.anglia.ac.uk/cmsAdmin/uploads/LTAStrategy2011.pdf

For more information on Quality and Standards visit:
www.anglia.ac.uk/qualityandstandards

For more information on student satisfaction surveys visit: www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/student_services/index.phtml

 

Hard copy available on request

 Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

3.2
Annual Report


For details of our Annual Report and Accounts visit www.anglia.ac.uk/finance/index.phtml

Hard copy available on request

 Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

3.3

Government and regulation reports


This includes accreditation and monitoring reports by professional, statutory or regulatory bodies and information that we are legally obliged to make available to its funding and/or monitoring bodies.

Hard copy available on request

 Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

3.4

Anglia Ruskin University Corporate Plan
2015-2017

For details of the Anglia Ruskin University Corporate Plan 2015-2017 visit:

http://web.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/index.phtml or click http://web.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/spp/corporateplan

Hard copy available on request

 Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

3.5

External and internal audit

For information on our Audit and Compliance Committee click here for Terms of Reference. For information on all audit reports presented at the Audit and Compliance Committee please contact the University Records Manager

For information on our Annual Monitoring procedures for taught courses visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/qad/an_mon/annual_monitoring.phtml

Regular audits are undertaken to ensure that our Environmental Management system is being effectively implemented. It is independently certified to the international standard ISO 14001. Our Environment Strategy is continually updated with progress and performance data and is available at www.anglia.ac.uk/estates/environment/management/strategy.php

For information on our Quality Enhancement Audit visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/qad/qea.phtml

 

Hard copy available on request

 Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

3.6

Information produced in compliance with duties under the Equality Act 2010

For details of Equality and Diversity at Anglia Ruskin University visit: http://web.anglia.ac.uk/equalops/

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4) How we make decisions.

This section includes information on our decision making processes.

In some cases information from committee minutes will be exempt from disclosure where they contain personal information, information that may damage the commercial interests of the institution or that which may cause a risk to the health and safety of specific individuals. 

Links to the information are provided throughout the scheme where information is available via a web link; all other information can be requested from foi@anglia.ac.uk or by post from the University Records Manager at the contact address provided on our Freedom of Information web page www.anglia.ac.uk/foi

Information

Description

Format

Charge

4.1
Committees

For details of the organisational structure of the Board of Governors' committees visit section 2 of the Governors' handbook at www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/handbook.phtml

For further information on the Board of Governors' committees and the minutes of these committees, including Audit & Compliance Committee, Capital Projects Steering Group, Finance, Employment & General Purposes Committee, Nominations Committee, Remuneration Committee and Student Matters Committee please visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/b_comm.phtml

The confirmed, unrestricted, non-confidential minutes of the Board of Governors' committee meetings are publicly available and copies can be obtained by emailing Jackie Barlow, University Records Manager at jackie.barlow@anglia.ac.uk

For information on Anglia Ruskin Academic Committees including Senate, Quality & Standards Committee, Research Committee, Faculty Boards and Student Experience Committee visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/uinfo/comm.phtml

The confirmed, unrestricted, non-confidential minutes of Senate and its standing committees meetings are publicly available and copies can be obtained by emailing Jackie Barlow, University Records Manager at jackie.barlow@anglia.ac.uk

For information on our subsidiary companies including minutes of meetings and a calendar of meetings please visit - www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/subsid.phtml

For details of Anglia Ruskin University’s Publications and Policy Statement – visit
www.anglia.ac.uk/studentpublications
To view our International Policy click here

For academic committee meeting dates visit
www.anglia.ac.uk/universityinfo

For more information visit www.anglia.ac.uk or contact the University Records Manager, Jackie Barlow at jackie.barlow@anglia.ac.uk

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

 

 

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5) Our policies and procedures.

This section contains details of Anglia Ruskin University’s policies and procedures for delivering our services and responsibilities, including providing our academic and student services and our Human Resources function. 

Links to the information are provided throughout the scheme where information is available via a web link; all other information can be requested from foi@anglia.ac.uk or by post from the University Records Manager at the contact address provided on our Freedom of Information web page www.anglia.ac.uk/foi

 

Information

Description

Format

Charge

5.1
Policies and procedures for conducting university business

For more information visit www.anglia.ac.uk/sec_clerk
and www.anglia.ac.uk

The procedures for handling requests for information under the Data Protection Act 1998 can be found at www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/dpa5.phtml and under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 at www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/foi2.phtml

For policies and procedures relating to Procurement visit procurement.anglia.ac.uk

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online

5.2
Policies and procedures relating to academic services

This class includes information on Anglia Ruskin University’s internal procedures for assuring academic quality and standards. 

For more information on our Academic Office visit; www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/ and for details of our Academic Regulations please visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/academic_regulations

For details of our Assessment Regulations visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/

For further information on our Annual Monitoring procedures visit - www.anglia.ac.uk/annualmonitoring

For information on the outcomes of the Funding Councils’ Research Excellence Framework (REF) – visit REF - Research Excellence Framework

For details of our Rules, Regulations and Procedures for Students visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/rul_regs.phtml

For information about our Strategic Planning and Policy unit visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/academic/spp/strat_planning.phtml

 

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

5.3
Policies and procedures for conducting student services

For more information visit our iCentre at www.anglia.ac.uk/icentre and our Student Services at www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/student_services/index.phtml

To obtain a copy of the 19th Edition, July 2016, Rules, Regulations and Procedures for Students visit: www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/rul_regs.phtml

To view our Student Complaint Procedure and to obtain any of our internal student complaint forms (CS1, CS2 and CS3) visit: www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/feedback.phtml

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.4
Policies and procedures relating to human resources

For details of salaries and staff allowances– please see our financial statements at www.anglia.ac.uk/finance/statements.phtml

For details of our pay scales please click here and for details of professorial pay scales please click here

To view our Staff Handbook click here

To view our Grievance Procedure click here

To view our Disciplinary & Dismissal Policy & Procedure click here

To view our Dignity at Work and Study Policy and Procedure click here

To view our Staff Development Policy click here

For details of our Appraisal Procedures - for FAQs click on here

or for guidance notes click here

For the appraisal flow chart click here

For details of our Criminal Convictions Disclosures and Barring Policy click here

For information about how to contact our Risk Management section to obtain details of our health and safety policy and procedures please click here. For details of our Risk Management Strategy click here and for our Corporate Risk Policy click here. For details of our Health & Safety Policy statement please click here, for details of our responsibilities for health & safety management click here and for details of our health & safety committees click here.

For details of our Public Interest Disclosure (for compliance with the Public Interest Disclosure Act) click here

For details of our Anti-Bribery Policy click here

For information on Equality and Diversity at Anglia Ruskin please see 5.6 below.

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.5
Policies and procedures relating to recruitment

For information on our Recruitment Policy and Procedure please click here

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.6
Equality and diversity

The Equality Act 2010 replaced the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the Race Relations Act 1976. For more information visit http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2010/15/contents or http://web.anglia.ac.uk/equalops/

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.7
Data and Information

For information on our Data Retention and Archive Policies visit www.anglia.ac.uk/sec_clerk

For information on our Data Protection Statements/Policies including our Acceptable Use Policy visit - www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/dpa_policies.phtml

For information on our Information Security Policy click here and for information on our associated Information Security Guidelines please refer to - http://web.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/infosecguidelines.phtml

For information on our policies on CCTV monitoring and the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA)

Visit www.anglia.ac.uk/sec_clerk
or www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2000/23/contents

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.8 Complaints Procedures

To view our Student Complaints Procedure and to obtain any of our internal student complaint forms (CS1, CS2 and CS3) visit: www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/feedback.phtml

To view our Student Complaints Reports visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/feedback.phtml

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.9
Health and safety

For information about how to contact our Risk Management section to obtain details of our health and safety policy and procedures please click here. For details of our Risk Management Strategy click here and for our Corporate Risk Policy click here. For details of our Health & Safety Policy statement please click here, for details of our responsibilities for health & safety management click here and for details of our health & safety committees click here.

For details of our Public Interest Disclosure (for compliance with the Public Interest Disclosure Act) click here

For details of our Insurance Contract please click here.

         
For details about Anglia Ruskin University’s Environmental Management Team, please visit -

www.anglia.ac.uk/estates/environment/

For details of our Fairtrade Policy please click here

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.10
Estates management

For more information visit www.anglia.ac.uk/estates or www.anglia.ac.uk/estates/environment/ and www.anglia.ac.uk/procurement

For information on Disposal Policies - visit www.anglia.ac.uk/estates/environment/

For a map of our main sites – visit Chelmsford or Cambridge or Peterborough

For more general information visit www.anglia.ac.uk

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.11
Records management and information compliance

This class includes information on:

  • Records Retention Schedule – for a copy of our Records Retention Schedule please contact Jackie Barlow, University Records Manager at jackie.barlow@anglia.ac.uk
  • Information Security Policy and related guidelines – please visit
www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/dpa_policies.phtml

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.12
Research Policy and Strategy

This class includes information on:

  • Research Policy and Strategy – visit our Research and Innovation Development Office at www.anglia.ac.uk/rdcs
  • For information on studies involving the use of human participants – visit www.anglia.ac.uk/clinicaltrials
  • For information on our Ethics Committees – terms of reference and constitution, method of application, procedure for approval of applications – visit www.anglia.ac.uk/ethics
  • For our Intellectual Property Policy click here and for guidance on the Management of Intellectual Property click here
  • For information on commercial activities – visit www.anglia.ac.uk/rdcs
  • For information on publicly funded research outputs and data for UK research funding and or EU and International funding visit www.anglia.ac.uk/rdcs

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.13
Insurance

This class includes information on:

Anglia Ruskin University Higher Education Corporation and its subsidiaries main insurers:

Employers' Liability
Insurer: QBE Insurance (Europe) Limited and Excess Insurers.
Certificate Number: Y016458QBE0112A/007

Public and Products Liability
Insurer: U.M. Association Limited and Excess Cover Providers led by QBE Insurance (Europe) Limited
Certificate of Entry: UM007/92

FOR CLAIMS NOTIFICATION VIA THE CLAIMS PORTAL OUR INSURER IS U M Association Limited REF: UM007/92

For any enquiries relating to insurance issues please contact our Risk Management Officer

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

   

 

 

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6) Lists and registers.
This section contains details of information we are currently legally required to hold in publicly available registers.

Links to the information are provided throughout the scheme where information is available via a web link; all other information can be requested from foi@anglia.ac.uk or by post from the University Records Manager at the contact address provided on our Freedom of Information web page www.anglia.ac.uk/foi

 

Information

Description

Format

Charge

6.1
Information Asset Register

 

For information on catalogues within the Library - visit www.anglia.ac.uk/library

Our Risk Register is an accounting document and as such, is regularly updated. Please contact the Secretary's Office for further information.

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5
per item for a hard copy

6.2
Academic year dates

 

For information on academic year dates – visit www.anglia.ac.uk/academicdates

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5
per item for a hard copy

6.3
Tuition fees

For information on our course fees - www.anglia.ac.uk/student-life/help-with-finances/uk-eu-undergraduate

 

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

6.4
Marketing and recruitment

For information on our Marketing activities please click here

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

 

6.5
Public Relations

For details of the latest news please visit www.anglia.ac.uk/estates/timetabling/currentstudents/news.php

 

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

 

6.6

Register of gifts and hospitality provided to senior staff.

For information on our Gifts and Hospitality Policy click here

Our Gifts and Hospitality Register is held by our Risk Management section, please click here to view this document.

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

 

6.7

Senior Staff - Register of Interests and Conflicts of Interest.

Members of our Vice Chancellor's Group provide a declaration of interests which is available here.

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

 

6.8

CCTV Cameras

Anglia Ruskin University operates CCTV surveillance cameras at each of its campuses at Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough. For further information on the CCTV System please contact the Head of Security on 0845 196 3717. For details of the locations of any overt CCTV surveillance cameras visit our Security Services website at www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/security/index.phtml.

Our CCTV Code of Practice can be found by clicking here

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

 

6.9

Other miscellaneous information

(Telephone System)

Anglia Ruskin University - Telephone System

Anglia Ruskin's current telephone maintenance contract is with Comms-Solve. The current average annual spend is approximately £50,000 and the number of users is 4850. Information relating to the type of hardware and applications used is commercially sensitive (s43 Freedom of Information Act 2000 applies).

The telephone systems used are PBX, VOIP and Lync. The current contract is of 3 years duration with the option of a further 2 years.

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

 

7.0

Other miscellaneous information

(IT Systems)

 

 

For details of IT equipment and software used including details of manufacturers, models, years purchased, procurement framework etc please click here

 

For details of software, licences, annual spend and contract dates for our ERP, CRM, HR and Finance systems please click here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7) The services we offer.

Information about the services we provide.


Next to each class we have indicated the manner in which the information described will be available.  We have also indicated whether charges apply to material in each class.

Links to the information are provided throughout the scheme where information is available via a web link; all other information can be requested from foi@anglia.ac.uk or by post from the University Records Manager at the contact address provided on our Freedom of Information web page www.anglia.ac.uk/foi

 

Information

Description

Format

Charge

7.1
Student accommodation

 

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online
or £5 per
 item for a
hard copy

7.2
Student learning support services

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

7.3
Student welfare and counselling

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

7.4
Tuition fees

 

 

 

 

 

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

7.5
Prospectus

  • To see details of our courses please click here

Hard copy available on request

£5 per item

7.6
Availability and conditions of use of facilities

 

 

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

7.7
Graduation Information

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

7.8
Sports and Leisure facilities

 

  • For details of our Sports and Leisure Facilities – visit

www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/microsites/active_anglia/facilities.html

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online
or £5 per
 item for a
hard copy

7.9
Alumni

 

 

Anglia Ruskin University places great importance in keeping in touch with their former staff and students and keeping them up to date with events within their former university. 

 

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

7.10

Employability and Careers

 

 

For information on Employability and Careers visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/student_services/careers/index.phtml

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

7.11

Chaplaincy Services

 

 

For information on our Chaplaincy Services visit www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/student_services/staff/university_chaplaincy/index.phtml

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

7.12

Student Money Advice

 

For information on all aspects of Money Advice including funding advice visit

www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/student_services/money/index.phtml

For information on the Faculty of Science and Technology Research and Scholarship Bursary Scheme please click here

For information on prizes, awards and foundation scholarships for students visit the Anglia Trust section of our site at www.anglia.ac.uk/anet/staff/sec_clerk/trust.phtml

Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

 

 

 

 

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Web-based or hard copy available on request

Free online or £5 per item for a hard copy

5.12
Insurance