Equal Opportunities Information

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					Faculty of Health and Social Care

Equal Opportunities Information
 The University is committed to equality of opportunity both as an employer and as an educational
 institution. Equality of opportunity means working to ensure that no student nor member of staff
 receives less favourable treatment on the grounds or race ,gender, age, ethnic or national origin,
 disability, marital status, sexual orientation, care responsibility, HIV status, trade union activity,
 political or religious belief. The University reserves the right to add further categories to these groups.

 Ensuring the equal opportunities policy is effective, necessitates the collection of demographic
 information, eg ethnic origin, gender, and disability. Please note that demographic information is not
 used as part of any selection process and will be used for statistical purposes only. The ways in
 which the University may use this information are contained in the Register of Entries available from
 the Information Access and Records Manager, LSBU, 103 Borough Road, London SE1 0AA.

  Please tick the boxes which most closely describe you.

 Gender                                                              Ethnicity
     Female                                                                10 – White
     Male                                                                  11 – White - British
 Disability                                                                12 – White - Irish
                                                                           13 – White – Scottish
      0 – No Disability/awareness of additional                            14 – Irish Traveller
 support requirements                                                      19 – Other White Background
      I am registered with the Department of                               21 – Black or Black British – Caribbean
 Employment as disabled                                                    22 – Black or Black British – African
      1 – Specific learning difficulties (NOT                              29 – Other Black Background
 dyslexia)                                                                 31 – Asian or Asian British – Indian
      1 – Dyslexia                                                         32 – Asian or Asian British – Pakistani
      2 – Blind/partially sighted                                          33 – Asian or Asian British – Bangladeshi
      3 – Deaf/hearing impaired                                            34 – Chinese
      4 – Wheelchair user/other mobility                                   39 – Other Asian Background
 difficulties                                                              41 – Mixed – White and Black Caribbean
      5 – Autistic Spectrum Disorder/Asperger                              42 – Mixed – White and Black African
 Syndrome                                                                  43 – Mixed – White and Asian
      6 – Mental health difficulty                                         49 – Other Mixed Background
      7 – Unseen disability, eg. Diabetes,                                 80 – Other Ethnic Background
 epilepsy, asthma                                                          98 – Information Refused
      8 – Two or more of the above
 disabilities/special needs/medical conditions                       Date of Birth
      9 – Disability/special needs/medical
 condition not listed above.

Applicant Signature ……………………………………………………..                                                              Date ………….............

            South Bank University is registered in London as a Company Limited by Guarantee, No. 096761 and as a Charity, No. 309251.
                                                Registered Office: 103 Borough Road London SE1 0AA

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