Disability and diversity
Support and advice for all students
The School of Mathematical Sciences welcomes applications from all students. Our aim is to provide a high level of support and guidance from the moment you first contact us to the moment you graduate. Like all others, your application will be considered on its academic merit.
If you have a disability, dyslexia and/or a long-term medical condition, you are encouraged to alert the school/university at an early stage, as such disclosure can assist in ensuring provision of appropriate support services. In addition we particularly encourage you to visit the University in advance of your application to view our facilities.
The School's Disability Liaison Officer is Martin Edjvet.
The School of Mathematical Sciences recognises that its staff and students are central to its success and we are fully committed to providing equal opportunity with freedom from unlawful discrimination on the grounds of race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, religious, spiritual or political beliefs, age or social class.