About the university


The University of Greenwich is committed to processing personal data in line with Data Protection legislation. Find out about the ways in which it does this.

Privacy notices

More information about the University of Greenwich's privacy notices to its students, staff, and other data subjects. A template privacy notice is available for staff for local use.

Data Subject Rights

More information about the rights that data subjects have.

Privacy procedures

A list of privacy-related procedures, including the Data Processing Activities Register.

Data Transfers and Data Sharing Protocol

Information for staff who need to set up a data sharing agreement.

Privacy Impact Assessments

Assessments into the risk of a loss of privacy for individuals will be made by staff in certain circumstances.

Automated Decision Making and Profiling

The University of Greenwich conducts very little automated decision making (computerised processing with no human intervention). What processing it does can be viewed here.

How to make a Subject Access Request

If the University of Greenwich holds data about you, you can make a request for that information under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or UK Data Protection legislation.

How to make a Third Party Request 

The University of Greenwich will in some instances consider disclosing third party personal information to third parties, where this is allowed by law.

Records retention

Information and Records Retention Schedules are lists of the information and records which are held in each of the Faculties and Directorates. Staff and students can access these, members of the public can make a request for a copy from compliance@gre.ac.uk.