The work of the Planning Office covers a wide range of systems, functions and processes. Details of the Planning Office's main areas of responsibility are given below.
The Planning Office is headed by the Director of Planning, Mr Ian Callaghan, who can be contacted via his Personal Assistant, Miss Lynne Owen, by email on L.Owen@uea.ac.uk or by telephone on 01603 59 2767.
Responsible for a range of University planning data, statistics, management information and statutory returns.
Information of fees policy, fee setting and management of fees systems.
Responsible for communication and liaison with LEAs, Student Loans Company and Department of Business, Innovation and Skills for student matters including statutory returns.
Responsible for the management of the statutory committees of the University including the Council and the Senate.
The principal governing bodies of the University are the Council and the Senate. The minutes of these meetings are available internally and for external users (i.e. Independent Committee Members) via the University website. However, if you do not have access to the Committee Office website, but wish to access the minutes of these meetings, they are available in print, for the last three years, upon request. Minutes released in this way will exclude material that is properly considered to be private or barred from disclosure by law. There is no charge for supplying this information.
Should you wish to see this information, please contact the Registrar and Secretary in writing with your name and mailing address. We will forward this information to you as expeditiously as we can following receipt of your request.
Responsible for the management of University student and course management systems and registration processes and providing academic transcripts and duplicate and replacement parchments.
Responsible for the management of all of the University Congregation ceremonies including those held at franchised or affiliated institution.
Responsible for ad hoc room bookings in central pool rooms, and for the room scheduling process for UEA timetabled events.
Please see the following document for information regarding the Timetable Slotting System [PDF, 44KB]. Timetable slots indicate the range of times within which a unit may be scheduled.
Guidance notes for students who are holding visas.
Responsibility for the collection, submission, analysis and dissemination of graduate destinations data is held by the Planning Office.
The university's calendar for the 2012-13 academic year has been published online featuring university regulations, the Charter and Statutes. The calendar is a valuable resource for staff and students alike. The new online calendar is available at www.uea.ac.uk/calendar and replaces paper versions, which will no longer be published. As some of the information - such as school, faculty and service area information - is duplicated elsewhere on the UEA website, the new calendar links to relevant existing sites where appropriate.
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