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This page provides links to a number of key documents and policies that will help shape your time at UCL and of which you should be aware. These include documents and sites that set out the university’s longer-term plans and its research and teaching agendas, the support provided by our Professional Services arm and the development available to you.
During your induction your line manager will highlight the documents and policies most relevant to your role, links to many of which may be found below.
Core UCL HR Policies and Procedures
Details of UCL’s approach to people management, including our induction and probation policy, can be found below.
The UCL Information Security Group exists to support the University in its management of information risk, providing strategic guidance, advice, and support to both staff and students. Further information can be provided below.
Links to UCL 2034, a twenty year strategy for UCL, UCL’s core strategies, the Research Excellence Framework (REF) and our management competencies are provided below
- UCL 2034
A twenty year strategy for UCL
- UCL Institutional Learning and Teaching Strategy
The five-year Institutional Learning and Teaching Strategy
- Academic manual
UCL Academic Manual.
- UCL Core Behaviours Framework
Core Behaviours are bundles of behaviour, knowledge and skill, the development of which should help you and any staff whom you line manage carry out their role(s) in a way that leads to more effective working practices and relationships.
- Mandatory training
Including Safety, Diversity and Equality, Data Protection, FOI, PGCHE Statutory and Mandatory Training Requirements for Staff. Please also see Development Opportunities.
- Research Excellence Framework (REF)
REF is the exercise developed by the four UK higher education funding bodies (HEFCs) to assess the quality of UK research.
- Professional Services
A list of the Professional Service Divisions/Departments of UCL.