Below are links to other OU offices and teams that deal with equality issues and a short description of the work they do.
CICP is involved in driving curriculum development through the Openings modules and leads essential work supporting employability, widening participation, social inclusion and inclusive practice.
Resolving your concerns, complaints and appeals — what the OU can do to help you sort things out.
This site aims to help you consider what your individual study needs are, find out about study support services, get funding and financial help and learn about course materials in alternative formats.
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 established a general right of access to information held by public authorities, subject to certain exemptions. So far as is possible, The Open University wishes to provide members of the public with any information it holds, on request.
As part of our mission to open up higher education to all, we deliver courses and qualifications to students in prisons and secure environments.
OUSA is an association for all students of the University and all students automatically become members. See the 'Groups and networks' section for further details or visit the OUSA website.
Widening access and participation in Higher Education is at the heart of the Open University’s mission; to provide educational opportunity to those in society who are excluded from the life chances that higher education can bring.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
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