Equality Information for Students

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The University of Strathclyde is committed to equality for all people irrespective of their protected characteristics of age, disability, gender reassignment, sex, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership and pregnancy and maternity. This is demonstrated in the University strategy of valuing and respect for individuals, and commitment to maximise the potential of each student.

Students and the Equality Act 2010

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has produced guidance on what equality law means for you as a student. This explains equality rights for students in higher education. All higher education institutions have legal obligations placed by the Equality Act 2010 prohibiting discrimination, harassment or victimisation against students.

Read the guidance by clicking this link: what equality law means for you as a student

University equality policies and reports

The University has a range of equality policies and schemes and is compliant with the Equality Act 2010 Summary. If you have any queries please bring these to the attention of staff or the University’s Equality and Diversity Office.

You are advised to familiarise yourself with the University Equality Policies and Equality Reports

It is important that you understand your rights and responsibilities. Any discriminatory practice, including cyber bullying, on your part may lead to the University initiating disciplinary action.

Latest legislation developments

Please also check the Equality and Human Rights Commission website for updated information on national UK legislation and relevant Codes of Practice.



University of Strathclyde

Equality & Diversity Office
Graham Hills building 

Room 208b
50 George Street
Glasgow G1 1QE   

+44 (0)141 548 2811


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Email: Annie McLaughlin



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