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The University of Greenwich has policies and guidelines on a wide range of matters, encompassing everything from academic procedures to achieving the best value for money in all university projects.
Follow the links below to view our individual policy documents.
The University of Greenwich has had a long standing commitment to widening access and maximising student achievement.
The university recognises that operations have the potential to impact on biodiversity and they have a responsibility to manage these impacts.
The plan sets out in detail the university's strategy for reducing carbon emissions over the next five years.
Providing a statement of general aims and principles for enhancement, which can inform the interpretation and implementation of the Strategic Plan and its underpinning strategies, and defining the scope and object of the university's enhancement effort.
The University of Greenwich strives to be a Fairtrade University and works with the Fairtrade Foundation to formalise that status.
The five-year strategic plan designed to integrate and harness international activities at the University of Greenwich in the sustainable development and promotion of the university as a global university of choice for students, staff and partners.
The Health and Safety Policy sets out the university's commitment to health and safety and details the organisation and arrangements for implementing and monitoring the Policy
HR Strategy aims to support the Strategic Plan's commitment to encourage innovation in teaching delivery and enhance the university's research and enterprise capability.
This strategy outlines how technology will enhance our learning, teaching, research and enterprise.
The strategy is supported by a number of Information Strategy Goals.
The University of Greenwich is a company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital.
While the Court of Governors is responsible for overseeing the management of risk, all senior staff are encouraged to implement a risk management policy.
View a summary of the university's Strategic Plan 2012-17.
The university is committed to ensuring that sustainable development is fully understood by staff and students and is enshrined within all aspects of its planning and activities.
This plan is designed to meet HEFCE and university targets and stimulate awareness of travel impact and choices.
The document governs all applications to the university and programmes taught at partner colleges.
The policy is committed to assessment strategies which support the university's aim within the Strategic Plan 2012–17.
Meeting our objectives and targets in relation to the employability and placement opportunities for students.
Addresses the ownership of rights in, and to, such property.
The university aims to deliver a holistic and integrated approach to the transition to university for new students.
This policy has been formulated on the basis of research reflecting the views and priorities of both students and staff.
The procedures for the approval, monitoring and review of the university's taught awards.
The university's commitment to high-quality research and enterprise culture, with the highest possible standards of integrity and practice.
This student charter has been produced in compliance with BIS and HeFCE guidelines and is an essential part of the new arrivals information delivery.
This code applies to all students of the university when they may be reasonably regarded as being under the jurisdiction of the university or in a public place within the vicinity of the university.
The university's code of practice regarding the operation of the students' union
This strategy focuses on making a positive difference to our students, staff and communities.
We are committed to promoting equality and valuing diversity, and this is central to our commitment to excellence.
This document sets out the university's financial regulations. It translates into practical guidance the university's broad policies relating to financial control.
Policy and procedures for the non-payment of tuition fees for the 2014-2015 academic year.
The University of Greenwich is committed to the highest standards in moral and ethical behaviour and is opposed to fraud and corruption.
While the university is willing to accept sponsorship from reputable companies, there are rules regarding the sponsorship of publications and events associated with the university.
The university is strongly committed to protecting the natural environment and improving the quality of life for everyone on whom it has an impact.
The university recognises its responsibility to achieve value for money from all its activities. The draft Value for Money Policy outlines the objectives and responsibilities of managers and senior managers.
The university's definition of its archival records and its responsibilities towards them.
The university's policy on the personal information that it holds.
The university's objectives and responsibilities for the records that it holds.
A list of policies relating to the use of library and computer facilities.
Details of the university's insurance cover for its buildings, contents, property and liabilities.
All the university's current health and safety information is available here, grouped by topic.
This policy sets out the required process and procedures of acquisition, disposal and booking of all university space and applies to all faculties and offices.
This policy sets out the code of practices for the booking of rooms for events involving internal and external speakers.
The use of facilities primarily intended for teaching and research by persons who are not members of staff or students of the University of Greenwich.