The Norwich Business School is fully committed to providing a fair and equal environment for work and study. As a Faculty we are preparing to participate in the new Gender Equality Charter Mark when it is launched in November 2014.
The Dean of Faculty is a proactive member of the University's Equality and Diversity Committee and feedback from students and staff is increasingly sought on a range of issues as the Faculty has highly diverse populations and works hard to ensure a supportive and inclusive environment in which all can flourish.
The University has a range of policies to facilitate a supportive working environment:
Student Support Service
The Student Support Service (was Dean of Students Office) at UEA provides students and staff with support for a wide range of academic and health issues. Visit the Student Support Service website
The University has policies in place to support those with changing family circumstances. Visit the appropriate link for full information:
The UEA has an on-site Nursery available to staff and students. See the Nursery website for more information.
We have a family room in the basement of the Elizabeth Fry Building which is fitted out for nursing mothers. To access this room contact the Hub in the EFB on 01603 597578.
Employees who have worked at the University for 26 weeks or more, have a statutory right to request flexibility in their working pattern.
Returning to work after illness
Following a period of ill health, we offer support for returning to work. This may include access to a phased return, short term amendments to duties or working hours, or adjustments to the physical environment.
For more information visit the 'UEA Staff' tab of the UEA Medical Services website
There is tailored support for female research staff across the Norwich Research Park by The ResNet Network.
Mentorship is available through the University Centre for Staff and Educational Development
PhD Students and Research Associates
We provide support and mentoring for PhD students and Research Associates. This is delivered by research teams, The Personal and Professional Development Programme and the Staff Research Forum.
For more information see the pages on:
We offer support for undergraduate career development. Contact Dr Jonathan Gander – Director of Employability.
Also see the University Careers Service for more information on how the university can help you in your future career.