Access to information
The University is committed to promoting public understanding of its activities through the publication of routine information required by staff, students and the public. For some of the most common documents please see the Related Links set out below.
Main points of contact
Requests for copies of your exam scripts can be made direct to your Programme Administrator. You should make your request in writing, providing as much information about your exam as possible and enclosing the £10 subject access fee and proof of your identity.
If you wish to access your exam script for a tutorial and do not wish to retain a copy, this can normally be arranged for no fee providing that the script is not taken away from the University.
Requests for information about you (other than for exam transcripts) should be submitted to the Information Officer under the University’s Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) process.
For details of the types of information which the University or its wholly owned subsidiaries routinely publish please visit our Publication scheme webpage.
Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) and Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (EIR) information
Enquiries about the University’s publication scheme (or those of its wholly owned subsidiaries) and requests for information under section 1 of the FOIA or section 5 of EIR should be sent to the University's Information Officer.
For a more comprehensive list of the University’s main points of contact, please visit our Contact Information webpage.
Schedule of Charges
Our prevailing Schedule of Charges is accessible via the following hyperlink:
Access to Information: Schedule of Charges (PDF 39kb).
Information for the Public
Much of the information that the University holds is already in the public domain. Many of the University’s official documents are available on our website and details of the types of information that we make routinely available are set out in our Publication scheme: Guide to Accessing Information.
To request information not falling within the University’s Publication Scheme (or those belonging to its wholly owned subsidiaries) visit our Freedom of Information webpage.
Information for Staff
Training on both the DPA and the FOIA is included in the University's Staff Development Programme.
Other useful workshops include those on minute-writing, document and file management. See the Staff Development pages on the Staff Intranet for further details. The Information Officer also provides periodic training to specific groups and on request.
Each School/Support Service has an Information Coordinator who can help staff with routine enquiries about FOIA and DPA. Alternatively staff can contact the Information Officer directly for further information.
Please report any broken links or forward any comments or suggestions for this site to: FOIA@bournemouth.ac.uk