Policies, Procedures and Legal Information
As a university, we are governed by certain policies and protocols that ensure our students benefit from excellent teaching practices and services designed to enhance their employability and help them develop lifelong learning skills.
To this end, we have a number of procedures in place to help us maintain our position as a leading HE Institution in the UK.
All courses described as being delivered by Birmingham City University include those provided or delivered by the University and by companies within the Birmingham City University group of companies including Birmingham City University Enterprise Ltd, Technology Innovation Centre and Technology Innovation Centre Commercial Ltd.
Our policies are checked and reviewed by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), an independent body set up to safeguard quality and standards in UK higher education.
In this section you can find:
This page sets out our legal obligations to you, including the terms and conditions for the use of this website, provision for making a complaint, information relating to the Freedom of Information Act, and details of our data protection policy.
This page outlines the information collected by the University and how we use it, as we are fully committed to safeguarding and preserving your privacy when visiting our family of websites or communicating electronically with us.
This document sets out the ways in which we intend to safeguard and promote fair access to higher education through our outreach work, financial support etc, and includes targets and milestones which we set for ourselves.
This Policy sets out the University’s approach to and arrangements for the admission of students.
Information relating to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 Publication Scheme.
Find out more about our commitment to ethical principles.
How to make a complaint to the University and other useful links, such as how to access the student disciplinary procedure.
This policy sets out the University’s requirements for tuition fee payment for students.
How to raise concerns about malpractice at the University if you are an employee or work here.
Information regarding the University's zero-tolerance approach to bribery.
Outlines the University's and students' responsibilities on both sides.
We provide facilities for approved use at work.
We safeguard against information security incidents.
We have a statutory obligation to implement the Prevent Duty.
This document sets out the policy governing events involving external speakers.
These procedures enable us to assess the potential risks of an event.
This form is for booking external speakers.