School of Informatics

Diverse. Equal. Inclusive

We’re a friendly, supportive, diverse and international community.

The University has a strong and long-standing commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and to promoting a positive culture which celebrates difference, challenges prejudice and ensures fairness.

Our School of Informatics students and staff come from all over the world, representing over 100 countries.  

There is a wide variety of student societies so that you can meet other people with similar interests and a range of support services, in addition to your personal tutor. 

Informatics Teaching Staff
Pictured left: All staff; Pictured Right: UK native staff. These pictures were taken in February 2018 as part of the 1DayWithoutUs campaign, which celebrates migrants and migration in the UK.

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University student support services

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion information and resources for staff and students

Encouraging women in science

The School holds a Silver Athena SWAN award, in recognition of our commitment to advancing gender equality. Recent initiatives include our Girls in Tech film project:

Women in the School of Informatics

The current numbers of women in the School of Informatics for the 2019/20 session:

  • Female Undergraduate Students 24%
  • Female Postgraduate Students 29.21%
  • Female All Taught Students 25.04%

More about student experience

Student experiences