Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education

An ombudsman

The Office of the Adjudicator for Higher Education is not listed in the Freedom of Information Act and it appears that the authority is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act. The Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education performs the public function of examining complaints about higher education institutions. You can make a Freedom of Information request to this authority through the site in the hope that they will respond voluntarily.

6 requests
Dear Mr Fox   Thank you for your recent enquiry about the OIA.   The OIA’s authority comes from the Higher Education Act 2004 and higher educa...
Thank you, we have received your email/enquiry.   Regards OIA Enquiries Team   Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education T...
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Dear Mr Ali   I write in response to your e-mail dated 13 April 2012, which has been passed to me to respond.   In your e-mail you ask whether...
Dear Mr Barrett Thank you for your enquiry. The OIA is not currently a ‘public authority’ subject to requests made under the Freedom of Information A...
Earlier annual reports do not give a breakdown of the figures by institution and they seem to be saying the 2010 report won't either. I've indicated...
Hi In response to your Freedom of Information request of 3 Dec 2010 from Catherine Humphries asking for details of the number of complaints upheld,...

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