Cranfield seeks to make sure it has relevant and up-to-date procedures and regulations that are legally compliant as well as representing the University's interests and our stakeholders. Our policies and other legally required documents can be found below.
Learning, teaching and research
- Institutional audit
- Responsible Research Evaluation Policy
- Learning and Teaching Strategy
- Quality Assurance
- Research Integrity Policy
- Annual Statement on Research Integrity
- Process for Implementing and Monitoring the Research Integrity Policy
- Management of Research Data Policy
- Research Data Management Strategy
- Open Access Policy
- Overseas Research Organisations Due Diligence Policy
- Review of taught course provision
- Student Protection Plan
Public Sector Information Regulations
How Cranfield University Information Services (Libraries) comply with the Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2015.
Information Security Policy
A clear guidance framework that safeguards the reputation of Cranfield University and protects information systems and their users.
Equality and diversity
- Student disability and SPLD policies
- Single equality scheme
- Equality objectives 2012-16
- Diversity monitoring report - March 2016
- Fitness to study policy
Health and safety
Freedom of speech
Modern slavery and human trafficking
Gender pay gap
Trade union facility time
Energy and environment
Download previous financial statements using the links below.
- Financial Statements 2020
- Financial Statements 2019
- Financial Statements 2018
- Financial Statements 2017
- Financial Statements 2016
- Financial Statements 2015
- Financial Statements 2014
- Financial Statements 2013
- Financial Statements 2012
- Financial Statements 2011
- Financial Statements 2010
- Financial Statements 2009
- Financial Statements 2008
Procurement - terms and conditions of purchase
The University is committed to complying with export control regulations. Export controls are required for a variety of reasons, including national security and international treaty obligations. In the UK, the control of strategic goods and technology is undertaken by the Export Control Organisation. Export control rules do not just apply to commercial export but to all kinds of academic activity, including teaching and research. In some cases, academics may need an export licence to carry out an activity.
For further information please contact Chris Buckland.