Directory of policies
Animal research policy statement
How we approach research involving animals, including regulations we follow, our ethical review process, and the animal species we use in our research.
The University's approach to monitoring, identifying, and avoiding bribery.
Anti-money laundering policy
The University’s response to risk monitoring, identifying, and ultimately avoiding incidents and risks of money-laundering activities involving the University.
Child protection and safeguarding policy
The University's policy for all aspects of child protection and safeguarding within the work of the University.
Code of ethics
Our commitment to sound corporate governance and the highest standards of ethical conduct in all our activities.
Code of good practice in research integrity
The principles and standards that you must adhere to if you are involved in research at the University.
The University's policy for academic staff engaging in consultancy projects.
Due diligence: Grants with collaborators
The University's process for applying for funding and managing projects with collaborators, to comply with funder requirements and minimise risk.
Due diligence: Nagoya protocol
The Nagoya Protocol is for research or utilisation of genetic resource that is in the scope of the protocol.
Electronic information systems security policy
Your responsibilities for ensuring the security of information systems at the University and your place within the security framework.
How we're making the University more environmentally sustainable through our teaching, research and administration.
Export control policy
The University's commitment to complying with Export Control Law.
Financial conflict of interest policy
The University of Bath Financial Conflicts of Interest (FCOI) Policy for staff receiving funding from US Public Health Service funders.
Intellectual property policy
Intellectual property is a term used to describe legal rights that can exist in ideas generated and works created by individuals.
IT security policy
Find out your responsibilities for ensuring the security of information systems at the University and your place within the security framework.
Open access mandate
Open access is the process of making your research freely available, enabling as many readers as possible to find and use it regardless of economic circumstance.
Our policy sets out how the University is responding to its statutory duty to pay due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism.
Public interest disclosure (whistleblowing) policy
The policy encourages openness and transparency and underpins risk management arrangements to deter malpractice and help protect the University's reputation.
Research data policy
This policy ensures that the University and its researchers fulfil their legal, ethical, and contractual obligations regarding research data management.
Our procedure for inquiring into allegations of misconduct in research and scholarship.
How to mitigate potential risks of sharing information when undertaking international collaborations.
Working with genetically modified organisms policy
This Policy applies to work referred to as “contained use” with Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) at the University.