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Teaching and Scholarship


The timetable for the provision of the lodging of appeals is specified in the Timetable.  Appeals may be made only on the grounds of an alleged material defect in the application of the procedure or in the documentation which was not prepared by the applicant and was used by Committees which have considered the appellant’s application.  For example, where it is alleged that the documentation placed before a Committee(s) was incomplete, or where it is alleged that a Committee(s) must have overlooked or misapprehended a significant fact.  

There is no right to Appeal for applications made under the pay progression Contribution Reward schemes for University Associate Professors or Associate Teaching Professors at Grade 10 (Scheme A) and for Senior Teaching Associates and Teaching Associates (Scheme B).

ACP T&S applicants have the right to lodge an appeal against the decision of the Vice-Chancellor’s Committee (VCC).  Appeals must be made in writing to the Secretary of the Appeals Committee (AC) by the date specified in the Timetable and give clearly the reasons on which the appeal is grounded.