Freedom of Information

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  1. Freedom of Information

    The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000 gives individuals or organisations the right to request information held by the University...

  2. How do I make a freedom of information request?

    To request information held by the University that does not seem to be already available...

  3. How do I request information held about me?

    You can ask the University for information held about you as an individual...

  4. How do I request a review?

    You have a right under Section 50 of the FOI Act to request an internal review...

  5. What is your internal review procedure?

    Requests for an internal review must sent within eight weeks to Continuous Improvement...

  6. Exemptions

    Two types of exemptions apply to information requested under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

  7. How do I apply for an independent review?

    If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of the internal review then you may apply directly to the ICO for an independent review...

  8. Where can I view a published copy of the University’s Access and Participation Plan?

    Our Access and Participation Plan sets out how we improve equality of opportunity...