Diversity & Inclusion
|We are committed to promoting equality of access and work hard to ensure our services and provision is accessible to all regardless of protected characteristics or personal circumstances.|
The Equalities Act 2010 enshrines in law a number of protected characteristics and an expectations upon employers to ensure they both support and embrace diversity within their organisations and many of the employers we work with recognise the value this adds to their culture, clients and workforce
We are here to help students understand the legislation and your make the right choices if you have any concerns. Working with other departments, we provide a range of service including:
- Collaboration with other professional services directorates including Diversity & Inclusion, Disability Advisory Service and Counselling & Well-being Service.
- Close links with both the staff and student LGBT+ networks on campus.
- Close links with organisations championing disability, LGBT+ and BAME opportunities to ensure relevant jobs and events are advertised on King’s CareerConnect.
- Up-to-date advice on recruitment processes, disclosure, reasonable adjustments and other disability and diversity issues.
- Bespoke diversity resources for students online and within our Careers Centre at the Strand campus.
Our staff are regularly trained to understand the latest legislation and work with colleagues across King's to ensure we are able to provide referrals and advice on where to seek further information when required.
King's Careers & Employability appointments
Disability Advisory Service appointments
If you have careers-related questions on any diversity and inclusion issues in the recruitment process or workplace you can discuss these in confidence with a Careers Consultant by booking a careers guidance appointment.
If you have a disability and would like to disuss alternative ways to access our service, please email - email@example.com
Our Disability Advisory Service is available to support and advise current students with non-careers related issues and concerns.
They offer both appoinments and drop-in sessions which can be booked by phone or email here.
Searching events on King's CareerConnect
We advertise a number of events focussing on various aspects of diversity and inclusion run by employers and external organisations. The full details can be found on our King's CareerConnect events calendar.
You can also filter your search by any of the following diversity-specific criteria:
- Female events
- Disability events
- LGBT+ events
- BAME events
Information & Resources
King's Careers & Employability resources
Our Information specialists produce a variety of guides for students and alumni on diversity and inclusion available in hard copy within our Careers Resource Centre at the Strand campus and online.
As well as these, we have a number of guides and information about various careers areas available online.
If you need these in an alternative format, King's Library Services have recently acquired a useful resource, SensusAccess, which allows you to convert documents and information to a more accessible format.
Careers Tagged is an online careers library which hosts a range of careers resources.
By using selected tags, you can bring up a host of information relating to the sector or area you're interested in.
Many employers will also host events specifically targeted at BAME students which you can filter on King's CareerConnect.
Visit our dedicated webpage here.
We're committed to ensuring that all female students have equal access to opportunity based on merit, working with employers to promote fair recruitment processes and develop this talent throughout their workforce.
We run an annual Female Networking Night each September to enable students to engage with employers and organisations keen to promote their opportunities and culture - search for the next event on King's CareerConnect.
Many employers will also host events specifically targeted at female students which you can filter on King's CareerConnect.
We are strongly committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming service to all our students and graduates, so if you experience any barriers to engaging with us of you would like to discuss any matters relating to diversity and inclusion, please get in touch.