Equality and Diversity at BPP
BPP is fully committed to promoting equality and tackling discrimination to ensure fair access to learning and facilities for students and staff.
We ensure that all of our services take account of the diversity of local, national and international populations, without compromising the quality of our service. All BPP Services should be accessible to students regardless of age, disability, gender, race, sexual orientation, religion or belief. Additionally, we are committed to promoting equality and tackling discrimination where it may create barriers to learning, as part of our duty under the Equality Act 2010.
As one of Europe's leading providers of professional education, we expect all of our students to demonstrate respect and consideration for others and to behave in a manner expected of professional practitioners.
BPP is a proud member of the Stonewall Diversity Champions Programme. Therefore we are fully committed to working with Stonewall to improve our learning facilities for our lesbian, gay and bisexual students and staff.
BPP University's Learning Support Service aims to ensure that applicants and students are fully engaged in all aspects of our provision and able to achieve to the best of their ability, we assist our students with:
- Learning Difficulties
- Mental health conditions
- Chronic health conditions
- Sensory impairments
- Students on the Autism spectrum
- Medical conditions