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Note: Stratford-upon-Avon College merged with Solihull College and University Centre in February 2018.
Admissions Policy (Further Education)
Admissions Appeals Procedure (Further Education)
Admissions Policy (Higher Education)
Admissions Appeals Procedure (Higher Education)
For any Data Protection requests or enquiries, please contact the Data Protection Officer. Please contact the College via email@example.com.
Solihull College & University Centre’s privacy policies (below) have been created in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR”) and the Data Protection Act 2018.
Staff, students and others have the right to gain access to any personal data that is being kept about them either on computer or in certain files. The College’s Privacy Policies for staff, students and others show all the types of data the College holds about them and processes, and the reasons for which it is processed. Any person who wishes to gain access to such personal data should make a Subject Access Request by contacting the College via the mailbox firstname.lastname@example.org and refer to the Data Protection Policy (below).
Data Protection Policy
Exams, Assessment & Appeals
AA for Exams Guidance Policies and Processes
Academic Appeals Procedure (Not HE)
Academic Appeals Procedure (Higher Education)
Academic Appeals Procedure (Higher Education) Form
Assessment Malpractice Policy (Extract)
Centre Policy for Teacher Assessed Grades Summer 2021
Disability Policy Exams
Word Processor Policy for Exams
Equality & Diversity
The College is committed to ensuring our environment is both diverse and free from discrimination. We are committed to ensuring that every member of staff and our students feels safe and confident in our College.
The College values diversity and welcomes all those who value an excellent education regardless of their age, race, gender, religion disability or sexual orientation.
View our Equality & Diversity reports to see how we tackle inequality and champion diversity.
College Statement on Antisemitism & Islamophobia
Gender Pay Gap Analysis 2020
Gender Pay Gap Analysis 2019
Gender Pay Gap Analysis 2018
Equality & Diversity Annual Report 2021
Equality & Diversity Annual Report 2020
Equality & Diversity Annual Report 2020 (Accessible)
Equality & Diversity Annual Report 2019
Equality & Diversity Annual Report 2018
Equality & Diversity Annual Report 2017
Equality & Diversity Annual Report 2016
Statement of our Commitment to Students with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities
Tuition Fees Policy Excluding Higher Education Students 2023
Tuition Fees Policy (Higher Education) 2023
Tuition Fees Policy Excluding Higher Education Students 2022
Tuition Fees Policy (Higher Education) 2022
Tuition Fees Summary (Higher Education)
Tuition Fees Policy Excluding Higher Education Students 2021
Tuition Fees Policy (Higher Education) 2021
Tuition Fees Policy Higher Education 2020
Freedom of Information
In accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000, you may request recorded information held by Solihull College & University Centre which is not personal, commercially sensitive or would otherwise come within the exemptions in the Act, or would be contrary to other legislation or common law principles..
Requests for personal data do not fall within the Freedom of Information and are dealt with as above via the mailbox email@example.com.
Freedom of Information requests:
A fee may be charged by Solihull College & University Centre in response to your freedom of information request. This will be assessed on a case by case basis. In the event that Solihull College & University Centre decides to charge a fee, it will send you a fees notice.
Solihull College & University Centre will respond to such a request for information normally within 20 working days of the receipt of your request.
Applications for Freedom of information can be made by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freedom of Information Publication Scheme
Anti-Fraud, Bribery and Corruption Policy
Irregularity Flowchart (Anti-Fraud Policy)
Blended / Remote Learning Policy
Blended / Remote Education Provision: Information for Parents
Code of Ethics and Conduct for Staff and Governors
Concerns and Complaints Policy
Conflict and Declaration of Pecuniary and Personal Interest Policy
Expenses and Benefits Procedures
Health and Safety Policy
Modern Slavery Human Trafficking Statement
Outbreak Management Plan Guidelines
Outbreak Management Contingency Plan
Recording Lesson Policy
Value for Money Policy
Please note that for the 2020/2021 academic year our policies and procedures may be modified due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Our higher education (HE) partners and Solihull College & University Centre may adapt regulations to ensure that our students are not disadvantaged.
Access and Participation Plan 2020-21 to 2024-25
Summary of 2021 - 2025 Access and Participation plan
2019-20 Access & Participation Plan Monitoring - Provider Impact Report
Annual Fee Information 2023-2024 (Higher Education)
Tuition Fees Summary 2022-2023 (Higher Education)
External Examiners Policy (Higher Education)
Policy and Procedure for Closing Credit Bearing Programmes
Programme Validation & Revalidation Policy (Higher Education)
Public Information (Higher Education)
Recognition of Prior Learning Policy for Higher Education
Student Compensation Policy (Higher Education)
Student Protection Plan (Higher Education)
Teaching, Learning, Assessment & Scholarship Strategy (Higher Education)
Safeguarding & Prevent
The College is committed to providing a safe environment for young people and vulnerable adults, identifying young people and vulnerable adults who are suffering, or likely to suffer, significant harm and to taking appropriate action to ensure that such young people and vulnerable adults are kept safe, both at home and at the College.
The College is also committed to providing students with the necessary skills and knowledge to keep themselves and others safe. Education, like other key sectors, has a responsibility to promote values of openness and tolerance and to facilitate free debate which is characteristic of being a British citizen. It is in this context that the College provides the following policies and reference to external guidance:
Safeguarding Young People and Vulnerable Adults Policy & Procedures
Policy for Organising Events With External Speakers
Freedom of Speech Policy
University Level Strategy Policy
Careers and Guidance Policy
Financial Support Application - Young People
Financial Support Application - Adults
Fitness to Study Policy
Harassment Policy (Students)
Policy Statement on Provider & Employer Access
Student Code of Conduct
Student Charter Policy
Student Disciplinary Procedure
Student Mental Health Policy
Young Carers Policy
Supply Chain and Subcontracting
Subcontracting Fees and Charges 2021-2022
Subcontracting Fees and Charges 2020-2021
Subcontracting Fees and Charges 2019-2020
Subcontracting Fees and Charges 2019-2020 Addendum
Subcontracting Fees and Charges 2018-2019
Subcontracting Fees and Charges 2018-2019 Addendum
Subcontracting Fees and Charges 2017-2018
Subcontracting Fees and Charges 2017-2018 Addendum
Environmental and Sustainability Policy
Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting 2021
Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting 2020
Trade Union Facility Time Report 2021/2022 1
Trade Union Facility Time Report 2020/2021 1
Trade Union Facility Time Report 2019/2020 1
Trade Union Facility Time Report 2018/2019 1
Trade Union Facility Time Report 2017/2018
1 In accordance with the Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017, the College is required to publish certain information on trade union officials and facility time.
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