Student Inclusion Team
We provide advice and support to staff, so you can help all students feel that they are part of an inclusive and supported community.
Supporting staff to develop good practice
Please contact us for advice on best practice, regulations and policies about student inclusion and supporting diversity.
You can also read our guidance on how to help and support students.
Supporting students from underrepresented groups
An important part of an inclusive community is helping students to take up opportunities on offer. If you think any of your students may benefit from these services or schemes, tell them about them or contact us yourself, for advice.
Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) students
We advise staff on matters relating to the experience and inclusion of Home BAME students.
Our BME Success programme provides a team of BME Success Advocates. These student advocates provide consultation on and help to develop programmes, curriculums and services. They also run student-led activities and events across the university aimed at generating discussion and inspiring an inclusive, high achieving community.
If you have students who you think would benefit from being included in these activities, email: firstname.lastname@example.org our BAME Student Inclusion Officer.
You can also contact Robiu if you would benefit from the advocates' support and consultation about a curriculum or the student experience.
The Bristol Scholars Scheme helps local students access study at the University. Once students are here, they are supported by our Bristol Scholars Adviser. Contact email@example.com, the Bristol Scholars Adviser for any advice or support needs.
Care-leavers and estranged students
Mature and part-time students
There is support available to mature and part-time students. Staff and students are encouraged to contact our adviser on firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 0117 33 10631 for any support or advice.
We offer information and support for current students in receipt of a Sanctuary Scholarship.
Developing inclusive learning communities
We want every student to feel connected to others on their course and part of one engaged, learning community.
To support this we run:
If you think your first-year students may benefit from peer learning, encourage them to sign up or contact us for advice.
Contact us with any questions you have about equality, diversity and inclusion for your students.