Oxford Brookes University is committed to promoting access for all who can benefit, including those for whom higher education has traditionally not been accessible.
The University encourages equal opportunities by:
- creating a diverse learning environment where individual characteristics are recognised and valued
- eliminating unfair discrimination in recruitment and admission processes
- using fair selection criteria for admission to its courses, based on merit, qualification, experience and potential
- being sensitive to the needs of individuals. Students can expect the way courses are organised, delivered and examined to take account the needs of those with caring responsibilities, disabilities or cultural and religious commitments. Where it is not possible to organise part of a course in such a way that a student can participate fully, consideration will be given to the provision of alternative learning methods
- providing pre-admission advice and information for disabled students, and offering continued support after admission.
If you have a disability, you are encouraged to make contact with Student Services as soon as possible to ensure that appropriate provision can be made.