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◥ University. ⚫ UK. ⚫ NI. ☗ UU. {UU} Ethics. Policies. This section gives information on a range of policies, protocols and codes of practice which have been endorsed by the Teaching and Learning Committee, or the former Academic Policy Committee and its sub-committees, and approved by Senate. The list below identifies the title of the policy and date of Teaching and Learning Committee/Academic Policy Committee endorsement. Policies are also contained in other sections and in the Assessment Handbook. Absence - see also Attendance Absence: Notification (19.10.05) Absence: Leave of (Policy) (12.4.06) Access: Age Regulation (6.2.08) Access: Award Title (7.12.05) Access: Exemptions (7.12.05) Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) Policy (8.2.06 - modified at Senate 5.4.06 & by TLC 5.12.07) (reviewed 2008 & 2011) [Amended 2012] Accreditation of Prior Learning: Guidelines for Staff and Applicants (2011) Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) (22.11.00, 24.1.01, 22.10.03, 10.12.03, 8.2.06, 12.4.06, 5.12.07, 15.10.08, 15.6.11) Aegrotat (20.10.04, 15.6.11)

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Finance & Planning Information Directorate. Athena SWAN at Ulster. Background The Athena SWAN Charter recognises and celebrates good employment practice for women working in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in higher education and research. This University has been highly committed to the principles that underpin the Athena SWAN Charter for many years and is delighted to have that commitment recognised by an institution wide Athena SWAN Bronze Award in July 2014.

The Bronze Award submission includes a 3-year Action Plan aimed at supporting and developing the careers of women in STEM at Ulster. You can view the University's submission and action plan below: University of Ulster Athena SWAN Bronze Award Application - Final submission The University has established an Athena SWAN Committee to drive forward the Athena SWAN agenda at Ulster. Athena SWAN Committee A half-day Athena SWAN Awareness Event will be held on: Monday 25th August 2014, 2-4.30 pm in the Loughview Suite (08H01), Jordanstown campus Resources: - Going for Silver Workshop.

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Equality Challenge Unit (ECU) This is your chance to tell us what you think about our plans for a race equality charter mark for higher education ECU is in the process of developing a race equality charter mark. The development of the charter mark follows a two-year project on systemic change in race equality within higher education, and a charter mark scoping exercise which took place in Summer 2013. To apply for the charter mark, institutions will need to commit to the guiding principles and work through the draft charter mark framework. Institution's applications will be based on this framework. It will be used to assess the applications and guide the final decision to award the charter mark to the institution.

We are currently consulting on the framework, and welcome comments and ideas from anyone with an interest in the charter mark. Responding to the consultation To respond to the consultation, you will need to: You might also want to read further background information on the race equality charter mark. Equality & Diversity Consultation Exercises. Screening of New & Revised Policies In accordance with Section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 and commitments made within our Equality Scheme, the University is consulting on the equality screening of its new and revised policies, procedures and strategic decisions during the period October 2013 to March 2014. Screening has concluded that none of the policies, procedures and strategies require a full equality impact assessment. The policies screened are listed below. Please download a copy of the screening table detailing a summary of the policy and screening outcomes and a Consultation Response Proforma.

Alternatively, hard copies of the documents can be obtained by contacting the University's Policy Implementation Unit at the details given below. The information may be made available, on request, in alternative formats including Braille, computer disc, audiocassette, and in minority languages for those who are not fluent in English. Additional links: The University’s consultee list. Office of the University Secretary - Equality Challenge Unit - Race Charter Mark Trial. The Race Charter Mark Trial Learning from the success of Athena SWAN, the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU)* is currently developing a race equality framework which higher education institutions can work towards to advance race equality. This framework is being trialled over the next year to ensure that it is fit for purpose, i.e. that the views of minority ethnic staff and students are embedded in the Race Charter so that it will have a meaningful impact on their experience of the sector.

The University of Ulster is one of only thirty institutions across the United Kingdom to be selected to participate in this trial, representing the Northern Ireland experience. To facilitate our participation, the Policy Implementation Unit is in the process of establishing a self-assessment team to: Race Equality Charter Mark Trial - Application Handbook Further information: A-Z of Cultural Ethnicity, Religion and Belief Considerations - St. BME or BAME - What terms should you use? ECU Press release. Logos. Visual Identity. File:University of Ulster logo.svg. University Of Ulster Logo in Eps Format | Download Free Vector Logos.

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