Equality and diversity
Equality, diversity and inclusion are intrinsic to all areas of course leadership and our services
We have a dedicated team whose specific brief is to work with all staff by addressing issues of equality, diversity and inclusion at all levels of course design and delivery.
We are committed to widening participation and enabling access to our many programmes and also to ensuring that students from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds feel welcome and involved when studying with us. This includes being supported to thrive and achieve. We actively monitor our recruiting and awarding gaps.
Our courses are part of a long tradition of psychoanalytic, psychology, family systemic, organisational and multi-disciplinary thinking, practice and learning. We are mindful of the complex histories of the traditions we draw on.
Our courses commit not only to identifying and addressing discriminatory practice, but also to increasing the representation of staff and students from minority groups including Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic, LGBTQI, disabled students and other minority members of our community.
We welcome and value students from all social class backgrounds, different cultures, faiths and traditions and believe that diverse ways of thinking enrich our teaching and learning.
We offer bursaries for a range of courses to students who meet certain eligibility criteria including background, personal circumstances and low-income household status
The Simeon Atoza fund
A fund in the memory of Simeon Atoza for students from a minoritised ethnic group
Equality, diversity and inclusion resources
The library has worked with teaching and clinical staff to produce subject-specific resource pages around EDI