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We are committed to develop a fully inclusive University community which recruits and retains talented staff and students from all sectors of society equally. We believe that every individual in our University community should be treated with dignity and respect and be part of a working and learning environment that is free from barriers, regardless of age, disability, gender identity, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex/gender, or sexual orientation.

To meet our commitment, we offer training and guidance to ensure fair, open and transparent recruitment, supervision and examination of PhD students and actively engage in a number of new and ongoing initiatives to foster a prosperous, diverse, equal and inclusive community.