• Ramdan Kareem 2017

  • National Ambulance - Training and Upcoming Course

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  • Registration Instructions

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  • Admission for the Fall Semester 2017/2018

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  • Professional Diploma in Teaching

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  • Sharjah 1st International Conference for Persons with Disabilities

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  • The launch of the ideas and innovation Box

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  • Art History and Museum Studies Program

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  • Graduation of Spring 2017's Cohort of UOS Students

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Reporting Compliance Concerns

​​The University of Sharjah is committed to operating with integrity and in full compliance of all applicable laws, regulations, and policies. The University sets expectations of the highest standards for ethical conduct and is committed to upholding its reputation as one of the top academic and research institutions in the region. 

 

Voice Your Concerns: Your Obligation to Raise Compliance Concerns

Raising a compliance concern protects the University community, our University, our colleagues and our stakeholders.

If you have a concern about compliance with University bylaws or policies, you have a responsibility to raise that concern.

Raise a concern early

The longer we wait to address a concern, the worse it may become.

You may remain anonymous

However, if you identify yourself, we are able to follow up with you and provide feedback.

Confidentiality is respected

Your identity and the information you provide will be shared only on a "need-to-know" basis with those responsible for resolving the concern.

 

Retaliation violates University policies

The University of Sharjah absolutely prohibits retaliation against anyone for raising or helping to address a compliance concern. Retaliation is grounds for discipline up to and including dismissal.

You may raise a concern verbally or in writing.  If you prefer, you may do so anonymously.