Equality & Diversity Events

Throughout February

LGBT History Month

1           Rainbow Flag Raising

11         UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science

21         International Mother Language Day

22         Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day

23         Purple Friday

Throughout February, we celebrate LGBT+ History Month.

LGBT+ History Month is an opportunity for learning and celebration of the past, present and futures of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, non-binary, queer and intersex people and communities.

As a socially progressive and people-oriented organisation, the University of Strathclyde strives to be an inclusive community which recognises the potential, talents and contribution of all people. We value the diversity of our student and staff populations, and are committed to creating a culture and environment where everyone is welcome and thrives in their work and study.

There are lots of ways to get involved this LGBT+ History Month, see more details on our website LGBT History Month | University of Strathclyde

Careers Service Interview Workshops for Autistic Students

The Careers Service will be running interview workshops for autistic students. 

They will be run by two Careers and Employability Consultants and will consist of two events:

About Interviews - Session One


Wednesday, 21st of February 2024, 3.30 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. 

  • The purpose of an interview​
  • How to prepare for an interview​
  • Different types of interviews
  • Different types of questions​
  • Asking for reasonable adjustments​

About Interviews - Session Two


Wednesday, 13th of March 2024, 3.30 p.m. – 4.30 p.m.

  • Practical examples of typical interview questions
  • The S-E-A-T and STAR approach to help structure answers
  • Lived experience of preparing for and attending interviews

Note: The sessions are not groupwork-based, and you can just come along and listen.

If you are interested in attending, please sign-up here: https://forms.office.com/e/LVXAMv0fXL

Feel free to attend only those sessions that interest you - you can attend all of them or just one, it is fully up to you!

The workshops have a capacity restriction, so if the sign-up form for a session is no longer active, then all spaces have been filled.

You are welcome to bring a support person/assistant to the on-campus workshops. If you are, please indicate this in the poll by clicking the field for "I'll bring a support person/assistant".

The location of the venue will be sent to registered participants prior to each event.

To find out more about the Careers Service and the support and resources they have, please have a look at their website: Careers Service | University of Strathclyde