The Quality Assurance Agency has judged that University of the Arts London's quality and standards meet UK expectations, following its review of the University in January 2013.
As a higher education provider, the University is required to ensure independent and external participation in the management of threshold academic standards.
Reports and financial statements for University of the Arts London.
With the implementation of our new system, Purchase Ledger will be centralised and from that time, all supplier documents should be sent to the Central Finance address and invoices should show additional information to identify the origin of any invoice.
This section relates to the University's charitable status and is as required by HEFCE (The Higher Education Funding Council of England). By following the links you will be able to visit relevant parts of the University's website.
Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, University of the Arts London, along with other publicly funded bodies, is required to have a Publication Scheme.
The Finance Committee of the Court of Governors has declared that the University is outside the scope of the EU Public Procurement Regulations as it is less than 50 per cent publicly funded. The calculation is carried out annually to ensure it remains possible to make this declaration.
It is UAL’s intention that its procurement procedures will continue to follow the good practice set out in the regulations and in the University’s Financial Procedures. The University is committed to ensuring value for money in all of its contracting.
We are committed to a responsible investment policy for all our endowments, reflecting the desire of staff and students to maintain a sustainable ethos while maximising the financial returns of the investments.