Total gender balance at UiA, divided into the defined positions:
UiA must practise equal pay for equal work.
• The average salary for women in relation to men is 93.2% at UiA in total, an improvement of 0.5% from 2020.
• There is general stability from 2020 to 2021 across the defined positions.
Women's share of men's salary:
UiA must have at least 40 per cent of both men and women in all management teams, including at faculty level.
All study programmes must have at least 30 per cent female and male students. Both women and men must be represented in boards, councils and commissions.
Students and gender balance:
UiA must be an open and diverse working environment where employees with a different origin, background or level of functionality feel they belong, are meaningful members of the community and have the possibility to influence the working environment.
Students at UiA, independent of their origin, background and functional ability, have appropriate and equal academic development opportunities during their studies. There is a culture for systematic and fair admission of new students at UiA.
UiA must be an open and diverse university, where students and employees with different sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression feel welcome. Openness, knowledge and inclusion of LGBTIQ people characterise UiA.
All employees must behave according to the sexual etiquette and be aware of UiA’s zero-tolerance to bullying and harassment.
All employees and students are familiar with the procedures to report incidents at UiA and know where to find information on their rights and obligations
This means that the institution meets the criteria for using the European Commission's ‘HR Excellence in Research’ logo. The certification commits UiA to facilitate and promote international mobility to and from UiA, as well as to put efforts to enhance gender balance, inclusion and diversity on the agenda.