Our inclusion Team provide information, guidance and support to applicants and students who have disclosed any of the following: Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC), Mental Health, Sensory Impairment, Mobility difficulties or a medical condition e.g. Epilepsy, Diabetes, Heart Condition, Asthma.
Learning Services provides support to students with a specific learning difficulty – SpLD, such as Dyslexia.
We encourage disabled applicants to make contact with us early in the application process to enable us to plan for support you may need right from start of your university course. We provide a friendly and professional service and applicants and students can discuss individual requirements in complete confidence.
We understand the value of a diverse culture and are open in our recruitment process and policy; no candidate shall receive positive or prejudicial treatment due to race, ethnic origin, disability, religion/ belief, gender, sexuality or age.
Decision making will be based solely on our responsibility to the national criteria and our recruitment guidelines; applicants will be chosen on their merits and abilities.
Disability and Access
All reasonably practicable steps will be taken to ensure that problems relating to access or equipment do not debar disabled applicants from employment. Candidates who indicate a disability on their application form and are invited to a recruitment and selection day will be contacted in advance to discuss whether any particular access or other requirements are required, such as large print documents or wheelchair access.