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Nottingham Trent University is fully committed to the implementation of a policy to achieve equal opportunities for all and is striving now to develop its provision for people with disabilities. In order that we can provide further appropriate support, it is important that any additional needs are outlined at the time of enquiry.
Nottingham Trent University aims to foster a community with an atmosphere of trust, harmony and respect. It is committed to the elimination of both direct and indirect discrimination, and will take appropriate action wherever possible to enforce its equal opportunities policy.
The University will actively implement positive policies to promote equality of opportunity for all present and potential students and staff, regardless of race; ethnic or national origin; sex; sexual orientation; age; political or religious beliefs; membership of professional associations or trade unions; disability; marital status; family responsibility or social class. This commitment applies to all individuals and all aspects of the University’s life.
All staff, students and visitors will be informed of the equal opportunities policy, and its operation will be subject to regular monitoring and review.
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The terms of the University's data protection notification can be viewed on the Information Commissioner's website