Corporate Information Data Protection and Publication Scheme
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The University collects information about all our staff and students for the purposes of administration, statutory reporting requirements and for health and safety reasons. The University cannot effectively operate without processing the information about you which you have provided either through your application, the registration process or any information which you may provide whilst you are a student.
Under the Data Protection Act 1998 we need your consent to process this information, which is referred to as 'personal data'. A statement is therefore included on your registration form for you to provide your consent. The section below outlines what we do with the data which we have collected. More information can also be found in our Data Protection Policy (PDF).
Subject Access Request
You are entitled to request to see all data held on you by the University, both centrally and by your programme area(s). A fee of £10 will be charged each time you wish to make such a request. Any subject access requests should be made in writing to the Registrar with the required fee using our information request form.
Use of Personal Data
Destinations of Leavers from HE (DLHE) Collection Notice
We will send information from this form to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). This data will be linked to other information held about you as a student, including similar information you gave when you enrolled, and details of the qualification you gained. Your HESA record will not be used in any way that affects you personally.
The HESA DLHE Record is used for three broad purposes:
1. Statutory functions
2. HESA publications
3. Research, equal opportunity, journalism, other legitimate interest/public function
HESA will take precautions to ensure that individuals are not identified from the anonymised data which they process.
Under the Data Protection Act 1998, you have rights of access to the data HESA holds about you. You will have to pay a small fee for this. For further information about the HESA record please visit www.hesa.ac.uk/dataprot or email email@example.com