Code of Ethics
The following is an excerpt from our Code of Ethics
The London School of Executive Education (the College), shall conduct its business in compliance with national, European and all applicable international legislation, agreements, treaties and protocols. We take our obligations very seriously, and we adhere to all regulations in order to uphold and protect the integrity and reputation of educational provision in the UK to genuine overseas students. We shall conduct their affairs to the highest ethical standards in keeping with the College's commitment to the principles of natural justice, due process and to the protection of civil and human rights.
The College shall conduct its business in compliance with national, European and all applicable international legislation, agreements, treaties and protocols. College employees shall familiarise themselves with any legal obligation arising out of activities undertaken by or on behalf of the College. All College policies shall be written and enforced in keeping with the College’s legislative obligations.
The College shall conduct its business in accordance with the following principles:
All members of the College community shall be mindful, in soliciting or receiving any form of financial or other assistance towards the performance of their scholarly, administrative or other duties, of the necessity to avoid placing themselves under any improper influence or obligations which could compromise the integrity of their activities and shall, as appropriate, declare all potential conflicts of interest.
In carrying out College business, including making appointments and awarding contracts, choices shall be made on merit.
Accountability and Openess
College employees shall be accountable for their decisions and actions to the public and shall submit themselves to whatever scrutiny is appropriate to their office. They shall be as open as possible about all decisions and actions that they take. They should give reasons for their decisions and restrict information only when the wider public interest clearly demands. College employees shall declare any private interests relating to their College duties and take steps to resolve any conflicts arising in a way that protects the public interest.
The College shall deal with confidential information in an appropriate and professional manner. College employees who have access to confidential information shall not make any unauthorised use or disclosure of such information, either during or after employment.
Freedom of Expression
The College promotes an environment of freedom of expression and intellectual enquiry and is committed to ensuring it is exercised in such a way as shall not interfere with the rights of others, or breach national legislation.
Teaching and Assessment
The College strives to become a world leader in teaching and is dedicated to the provision of ethical teaching practices by all staff and students involved in teaching and assessment of students.
The College is committed to engaging in business only with suppliers and subcontractors whose work practices comply with national and international standards