Equality & Diversity
The College is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination, bullying, harassment or victimisation, where all members of its community are treated with respect and dignity. It aims to create a culture of diversity within its community, providing a dynamic working and learning environment, where all members are valued for their contribution and individuality.
We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all, irrespective of:
- ethnicity (including race, colour and nationality)
- gender (including gender reassignment, marital status, pregnancy or maternity)
- religion or belief
- sexual orientation (including civil partnership status)
Disability & Accessibility
We welcome applications from students with disabilities. The College will make reasonable adjustments to facilitate your access, including advice on, and support with, travel, physical access, special equipment for study and arrangements for examinations.
We ask you to tell us about your disability on your application form, so that we can discuss your support needs from the outset.
We will also discuss any arrangements that you might require for your interview. When you visit the College for your interview, you will have an opportunity to familiarise yourself with our facilities and services and to discuss your individual needs.
We can provide relevant support if you have specific learning difficulties. These should be indicated on the application form and discussed at interview so that the necessary support can be made available before enrolment.