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Showing 6 requests, made between 18 September 2020 and 18 September 2021:

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December 2020
Dear Sir/Madam,

This is an information request relating to the Vice-Chancellor’s residence.

Please include the following information for the university’s 2019-20 financial year:

·       The number and total remuneration of staff either permanent or part-time employed to maintain the residence.
·       A breakdown of the costs for the internet, telephone contract, utility bills, council tax, building insurance etc.
·       A breakdown of maintenance costs such as window cleaning, house cleaning, hedge cutting, fence repairing etc. 
·       The cost of claiming a TV licence. 
·       The value of any allowances, such as a meal allowance for the residence to be used to host events.
·       The total cost of rental or mortgage payments for the residence.
Dear Sir/Madam,

Furthert to your request for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, we can confirm that no accommodation is provided to the VC.

Staffordshie University

December 2020
Dear Staffordshire University,

I am writing to request information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

I would like to know:

a) the number of EU students enrolled at your University for each academic year 2015/2016, 2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019 and 2019/2020.

b) if possible - the number of EU students having their tuition fees paid by Student Loans Company each academic year 2015/2016, 2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019 and 2019/2020.

If any of this information is already in the public domain, please can you direct me to it with page reference and URL if necessary.

I would like the above information to be provided to me as electronic copies.

Dear Sir/Madam,
Further to your request for information please see our response set out below. Year EU Count
2015/16 639
2016/17 528
2017/18 479
2018/19 443
2019/20 486
Total 2575

Staffordshire University
November 2020
1. The subsidies provided by the university, to external bus companies operating university bus routes, for the last 5 complete academic years (2014/15 to 2018/19), broken down by the following where possible:
o Student travel
o University staff travel
o Any other subsidy provided
If the breakdown is not possible, a single subsidy figure for each academic year would be acceptable.

2. The expenditure on, and income from, any university provided bus services, including shuttle buses, for the last 5 complete academic years (2014/15 to 2018/19), broken down by the following where possible:
o Student travel
o University staff travel
o Bus staff salary
o Equipment costs, covering vehicles and facilities o Any other operating costs If the breakdown is not possible, a single expenditure and single income figure for each academic year would be acceptable.

3. The number of complaints received by the university regarding university bus services, for the last 5 complete academic years (2014/15 to 2018/19).

If the data is collected in financial years, rather than academic years, please do provide the information in this format, for the last 5 financial years (including 2018-19 if possible), making it clear which format has been used.
1, not applicable

2, Internally provided minibus as detailed -

Free travel for students and staff - Stafford campus/railway station

Shuttle minibus runs from Monday - Friday 37 hours per week Accessible Minibus hire = £349 per week Approximate fuel cost per week = £200 Staffing cost = £14.52 per hour

Service commenced on 4th November 2019.
Sports Department provision - spend circa £35k per year on sports team travel (free for students)

3.  We have had no complaints received on shuttle minibus or sports department travel.

There is no other provision and there are no other records prior to November 2019.
September 2020
I am enquiring under the Freedom of Information act as to the study commitment required for the MBA program. I did complete the online enquiry form 2 weeks ago but heard nothing back. During COVID & the first wave of the pandemic what was the arrangements for students currently on the course? What are the current arrangements seeing as we are in a second wave & universities are remaining open? 
How many study hours are required on a weekly basis?
How much of the teaching is via Blackboard & self-directed study? 
Dear Sir/Madam,

During the first wave of lockdown, 10 weeks of study had already concluded, and the rest of the 2 weeks were moved online. Last week (week 13) is always kept for revision and extra support. There was no reduction in contact hours as per module requirement.

For the 1st term of the new Academic Year, keeping in line with Government regulations of social distancing, we are following a blended learning. Of the 12 weeks of delivery (till Christmas break), 25% is F2F and the rest is online. Again, there is no reduction of contact hours. Per module , the students must engage for 150 hours of which 39 hours is direct contact (F2F or via online delivery through BB or Teams). This has not been changed during the second wave of lockdown.

Last week (week 13) post-Christmas is again for revision and further support.

There have been two assessment discussions along with recording uploaded. There will be 1:1 formative discussion in week 10 for some modules and for some there are mock exams to prepare the students. This is additional to the 1:1 that are available to students to discuss pre-formative for additional support (depending on the module).

The above is for the stand-alone MBA.

Then, we have the Blended learning which is taught along with the apprenticeship delivery and the students get 3x3 F2F sessions per module (no change to that and the same have already been held for this term of the AY). Remaining 9 weeks is 1-hour webinar (usual practice for this delivery - again no change). 
 The module delivery team is using different ways of delivery to enhance the learning experience of the student. 
Again, there have been pre-formative and formative 1:1 discussion. Additional assessment support (over and above the contact hours) via online webinar have been made available to the students too.

Timetable for standalone MBA is as follows (no change from previous years):

Wednesdays - 2 modules - 12-3 and 4-7 
Thursdays - 2 modules - 12-3 and 4-7 

Blended (along with the apprentices' delivery): is held on a Tuesday/Wednesday (depending on when they started the cohort.

Then we have the project delivery (held 3 times an Academic Year) - October, January, and May. We moved to online delivery from May 2019. The project always has a large cohort of MoD students and the online delivery has been welcomed. The students get 1:1 support for the presentation post which supervisors are allocated, and the students need to work with their supervisors for completion of the final project dissertation. The discussions with supervisors (irrespective of the lockdown) has generally happened via phone, Skype or Teams (as for the dissertation, mostly students complete from their homes) - there has been no effect of the lockdown on supervisory support.

Other that the above, all the students are the Academic Mentees of the course leader and they have had opportunity to discuss the course, other modules, and any pastoral requirements.


Staffordshire University
September 2020
Dear Madam or Sir

Under the Freedom of Information Act, please could you provide me with the number of students who have accessed counselling services provided by the university for each of the past three academic years (2017/18, 2018/19 and 2019/20), and the current academic year (2020/21) to date.

If possible, please provide a breakdown by the type of issue the students are seeking help for.

The figures are:​




2020/21 (21.9.20 – 30.10.20)






Please note that Staffordshire University provides significant mental health and wellbeing support to students through our mental wellbeing team in addition to our counselling team.  These figures are for students accessing counselling only.
September 2020
1. The number of students enrolled in the university who have died from the start of the 2020 academic year until 22nd November and the causes of these deaths (if known). 
2. The number of students enrolled in the university who died from the start of the academic year until the 22nd November for 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, and the causes of these deaths (if known). 

Dear Sir/Madam,

Further to your request for information please see our response below.

Year Students
2016/17 5
2017/18 3
2018/19 2
2019/20 3
2020/21 1

Staffordshire University