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Principles and processes

Following the creation of the Wellbeing, Inclusion and Culture Committee (WICC), a task and finish group was created in May 2022 to review and update the current University academic workload principles, with the aim of creating equity and transparency in academic workload planning across faculties and departments.  

The Academic Workload Planning Principles and Processes Policydocument, should be used by faculties as a guide when undertaking academic workload planning. 

In the 23/24 academic year, the previous college policies are in use for workload allocation. 

FacultyCollege Policy
Faculty of Environment, Science and Economy (ESE)

CEMPS Workload Policy

CLES Workload Policy

UEBS Workload Policy

Faculty of Health and Life and Sciences (HLS)

HLS PGR Workload allocation policy 23/24

CMH Workload Policy

CLES Workload Policy

Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS)

HUMS Workload Policy

SSIS Workload Policy