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Keele University

Keele University

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As a leading example of an open and integrated community, Keele University strives to be a place where learning, living and working is a positive experience for all. Equality and Diversity is a core value underpinning the University's mission to be the UK's leading open, integrated and intellectual community – the ultimate campus university for the 21st century.

Based in Staffordshire, at the heart of the UK, our award winning campus is close to cities north and south, easily accessible from Manchester, Birmingham and London. We also have the benefits of being close to the city of Stoke-on-Trent, and a vibrant university town, yet our 600-acre campus is set within beautiful countryside.

We are committed to the social model of disability, identifying and removing barriers impacting the student experience and promote inclusivity in all that we do Our Disability and Dyslexia Support team are in place to provide caring and comprehensive advice, support and guidance to current and prospective students, with every disabled student at Keele having access to a wide range of services, including: learning support, assistive technology and exams support.

We welcome applications from all students, regardless of physical disability, medical conditions or other needs and encourage students wherever possible to make an appointment to visit us and discuss individual circumstances. Just contact our Disability and Dyslexia Support team on either email: or call 01782 733 950.

We are also registered as a 'two tick' symbol employer to endorse the message that as an organisation we are positive about employing disabled people.

We are now excited to be working with DisabledGo and hope this guide is useful be you a student, staff member or visitor to the University.