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Widening participation


Promoting equality and diversity

Teesside University is committed to supporting individuals from groups underrepresented in higher education before and during their time with us. Widening participation groups we work with include those from low income families, young people with Special Educational Needs (SEND), Black, Asian, Minority and Ethnic young people (BAME), looked-after children and care leavers (LAC), young carers and mature students. View more information on these provisions using the links below.

 
SEND

SEND

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities

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BAME

BAME

Black, Asian, Minority and Ethnic Groups

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LAC

LAC

Looked-after children and care leavers

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Access and participation plan

Teesside University believes that individuals should be able to achieve their full potential and is committed to creating an inclusive campus that embraces diversity and supports students across the whole lifecycle from accessing higher education through to successful progression. This commitment is set out in our Access and participation statement.

View our Access and participation statement