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Students: have your say

If you are a student at the University of St Andrews and would like to give feedback on the inclusivity of our teaching and curricula, you can use this online form.

Learn more about the feedback form

By providing information, guidance and case studies, these collated resources aim to support academic staff to embed inclusive and anti-colonial teaching practice within their own teaching.

The University has a responsibility to deliver curricula, assessments and teaching environments that are inclusive, accessible and enriching. Our teaching provision should reflect the diversity of our staff/student community, and we should provide global perspectives on the subjects that we teach.

These resources have been designed to help staff:

  • develop an understanding of different aspects of inclusive teaching and learning practice,
  • learn about inclusive practices across the institution and the support that is available, and
  • access external resources and examples of best practice from other institutions.


Contribute to these resources

Creating inclusive curricula is an ongoing process that requires continuous and collaborative efforts. We welcome any suggestions from staff or students for improvements to the content of these resources.

If you have suggestions or ideas, please feel free to send them to the EDI Team.