University of Birmingham
The University of Birmingham is committed to the promotion of disability equality in all activities; we provide an inclusive environment that fosters a positive experience for all members of the University community. We enable access to all our services and facilities through the improvements to our physical estate we have undertaken in recent years. We are also committed to addressing accessibility issues as an integral aspect of an ongoing programme of refurbishment works across our campus.
As one of the UK's leading universities, we are home to almost 28,000 students and over 6,000 staff from 145 countries, and regularly attract visitors from the local community and beyond. It is this diversity which informs our decision making processes and puts disability equality at the core of our every day activity.
Working with DisabledGo demonstrates recognition of the importance the University of Birmingham places on the provision of accurate, practical, and up to date information to all visitors, staff and students of the University with regard to the accessibility of the physical estate. We are enabling people with disabilities to make informed choices, particularly before visiting, applying to study or working here.
For further information regarding the University's commitment to equality and diversity, please CLICK HERE.