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Oxford Brookes 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:
have a disability you are encouraged to make contact with Student Services as soon as possible to ensure that appropriate provision can be made.
Oxford Brookes promotes an inclusive and supportive environment, which enables all members of the university to reach their potential and celebrate their diversity. We embrace the spirit of all equalities legislation and related codes of conduct; we are committed to tackling all forms of unfair discrimination and to developing policies and practices to ensure these objectives.
We welcome applications from those with non-standard qualifications and each case will be considered on its merits. Mature students are encouraged to
apply to the university and further information is available from Student Services.
As part of our registration with the Office for Students, Oxford Brookes has submitted an Access and Participation Plan. These plans set out how higher education providers will improve equality of opportunity for underrepresented groups to access, succeed in and progress from higher education.
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applications, offers, acceptances, registrations and degree awards for Undergraduate students at the University. This includes information about gender, ethnicity and socio-economic background.
See our detailed list of expectations for equal opportunities on the Brookes Charter web pages.
At Oxford Brookes, we are committed to ensuring the very best staff/student experience where all our community can flourish in a culture of respect and support, where we celebrate difference and thrive on each other's success.