Below are links to our current Web Policies:
- Data Protection
- Freedom of Information
- Using Google Translate
- Other websites
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The Data Protection Act 1998 ('the Act') gives rights to individuals, including staff and students, about whom information or 'personal data' is obtained or processed. The University’s Data Protection Policy does not distinguish between manual and electronic processing of data.
This Policy summarises and explains the legal obligations placed upon the University of Chichester (the 'University') with regard to its data processing activities.
For further information please see our Data Protection Webpage.
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information published on our website. The website information given is intended as a guide and does not form a contract or the terms of a contract between the University of Chichester and a student or third party.
The University reserves the right to amend courses, and to alter or relocate facilities in the interests of improving its overall provision to students. The University undertakes to take all reasonable steps to provide the teaching and other educational services indicated, but it does not guarantee the provision of such services. Should industrial action or circumstances beyond the control of the University interfere with its ability to provide these educational services, the University will use all reasonable means to minimise the disruption so caused. Once you are a student at the University, should you have a reasonable cause for complaint about information or advice given, an internal procedure exists for dealing with such complaints, details of which are in the Student Handbook provided to all students upon registration.
This Act promotes greater openness and accountability across the public sector by requiring all public authorities to make information available proactively through a publication scheme.
The University’s Articles of Association, Annual Report and Financial Statements, approved Policies and details about the governance arrangements can be found on The Board of Governors webpages. You can also find further information under Standards, Quality and Regulations.
The University has adopted the model Publication Scheme for Higher Education, approved by the Information Commissioner. The Publication Scheme is available to view here. Requests under the Freedom of Information Act should be addressed to the University Secretary and Freedom of Information Officer, Isabel Cherrett via email@example.com
Google™ Translate is a third party product and any use of its translation service is subject to its rules or requirements, please see Google website below for further information.
This translation tool is for your convenience only and the University of Chichester does not guarantee the quality or accuracy of any translation by using this product. By using this translation tool, you the user assumes the risk of any errors or inaccuracies of the text translation that might arise from using Google™ Translate.
If there is a difference between the English version and the translated version, the English version shall always take precedence.
For further information on using Google products, please visit: http://www.google.com/accounts/TOS?hl=en&loc=GB
If you use a link to leave the University of Chichester website, and visit a website operated by a third party, the University of Chichester does not have any control over that website. Accordingly, the University of Chichester cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which users have provided while visiting other websites. Users should exercise caution and look at the privacy statement applicable to the website in question.