Freedom of information
The Freedom of Information Act promotes greater openness and accountability across the public sector by requiring all public authorities to make information available proactively, through a publication scheme.
A publication scheme is a document which describes the information a public authority publishes, or intends to publish. Public authorities are defined in the Act and include universities, further education colleges and sixth form colleges.
Freedom of information contact details
Information Governance Office
Directorate of Compliance and Risk
G.6 Christie Building
The University of Manchester
Tel +44 (0) 161 275 7789
Up-to-date published information produced by The University of Manchester is available on this website. If you are unable to locate the information you are looking for, or require a hard copy of any information, please contact the Information Governance Office at the above address.
Freedom of information online request form
The freedom of information online request form enables you to request specific information from The University of Manchester.
Adopting a publication scheme is a legal requirement of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. A publication scheme is a document which describes the information a public authority publishes, or intends to publish. In this context ‘publish’ means to make information available routinely. The scheme is not a list of the actual publications because this will change as new material is published or existing material revised. It is, however, the public authority’s commitment to make available the information described.
- Download The University of Manchester FOI Publication Scheme (PDF document, 1.2MB)
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