This category covers information relating to the institution's management and funding of its research activities; it does not include the actual results or data of research undertaken.
For any additional information, please contact Freedom of Information, Academic Registry, Abertay University, Bell Street, Dundee, Scotland DD1 1HG; telephone 01382 308000; email email@example.com
Access to online information is free. For other costs please see the charging policy.
Statistical information on the major sources of the institution's research funding.
Please see the Research Excellence Framework 2014.
Details of the University's research funding allocation; outcome agreements and other information can be accessed from the Scottish Funding Council's webpages.
Details of the University's research income from all sources can be obtained from the University's Annual Report and Financial Statements.
Results of external measurement of the quality of the institution's research.
For information on the University's research activity and the Research Excellence Framework 2014 (which has replaced the Research Assessment Exercise), please visit the the REF 2014 website and the University's Research pages.
A description of the structures the institution uses to manage and support its research activity. Institution's procedures for supporting research.
The Abertay Research Collection is available in the University's Research pages.
For Research Networks and infrastructure, please visit this page. In addition, you may find the following useful:
For the University's Intellectual Property Policy, please visit the Commercialisation and Knowledge Management page.
The institution's research ethics policies and procedures.
Key research ethics documents.
Please visit the University's Research Strategy page.
The institution's policies for supporting and developing fixed-term contract research staff.
See here for Employment information and the Researcher Development pages.
The institution's policies and procedures for supervising and examining research students.
Please visit the Graduate School's page (linked above), and the University's Postgraduate courses page. Please visit the pages for Researcher Development (linked above).