This page provides you with an introduction to Abertay University's Publication Scheme pages and with quick links to its pages. The University has adopted the Model Publication Scheme 2013 from the Scottish Information Commissioner (OSIC). Full details of the Model Publication Scheme and other information and guidance is available at the OSIC website.
The purpose of this Model Publication Scheme is to provide you with details of the range of information that we routinely publish. The scheme also provides details of how you can access this information, and tells you whether it is available free, or if there is a charge for the information.
Abertay University was established by the University of Abertay Dundee (Scotland) Order of Council 1994 and was originally founded as Dundee Technical Institute in 1888. The main objectives of the University are to provide education, undertake and carry out research, and to make suitable and adequate provision for teaching, learning, scholarship and research.
The University is governed by the University Court, which has overall responsibility for the University’s strategic direction, for conducting the affairs of the University and for carrying out and promoting its objectives. In addition to the work of Court itself, Court has established a number of committees that take forward certain aspects of its work.
The University Senate is responsible for the overall planning, co-ordination, development and supervision of the academic work of the University. Senate's responsibilities in this regard are delegated by the University Court, to which Senate is subject to general control and direction. Senate has also established a number of committees that take forward certain aspects of its work.
Self-directed training for all staff on Freedom of Information from the Leadership Foundation's online course here.
While the University will try to make information available wherever possible, in some instances information will be exempt from disclosure under the relevant legislation where it contains for example personal information, or information which, if released, may substantially prejudice the commercial interests of any person; endanger the physical or mental health or the safety of an individual, substantially prejudice the effective conduct of public affairs, or constitute an actionable breach of confidence.
For full details, and to view the University's Guide to Information, please visit the page entitled Guide to Information available through the Model Publication Scheme 2013. Please note that this page contains details of the University's charging scheme for information.