Bullying and Harassment

The Dignity at Study Policy explains how the University handles complaints about harassment, bullying, unfair treatment and victimisation.

The University recognises that all staff and students should be valued and have a right to be treated with dignity and respect at work and study. All students are entitled:
  • To be treated with dignity, respect and courtesy
  • To be able to study free from unfair treatment, bullying, harassment or victimisation
  • To experience no form of discrimination
  • To be valued for their skills and abilities
The University aims to ensure that every person is treated with dignity and respect regardless of their age, gender (including gender reassignment), disability, family responsibility, marital, parental or partnership status, race, ethnic or national origin, colour, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or any other distinction. The University wishes to promote and sustain a culture where mutual trust and respect are the foundation of working relationships between all staff and students.

For further information please refer to the Dignity at Study Policy.

The University’s Dignity at Study/Work Advisers are: Andrew Ware, Llinos Spargo, Kathryn Williams, Julie Prior. You can contact any adviser of your choice.