Our Wellbeing and Disability theme looks after student and staff wellbeing - including physical health, mental health and lifestyle - and disabilities. Students are supported from their application process through to their enrolled student journey with us. There is a dedicated team for learning support differences, mental health, and counselling.
At TEDI-London the nature of what we deliver is underpinned by equality, diversity and inclusion. As a new institute we are disruptive in both our pedagogy and employment approach and know it is vital that we embrace different ideas, views and perspectives across our student and staff community.
We commit to ensuring that all individuals are treated equitably, regardless of gender, race or ethnicity, socio-economic background, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital status, pregnancy or maternity, or any other inappropriate distinction. Simply put, we want to be a place where people feel comfortable being themselves.
Adaptive Teaching and Learning
You can find out more about these scholarships and others that we offer here.
Engineering UK data shows that in 2018/19 only 21% of new entrants onto engineering and technology courses were women. This scholarship is a positive action to encourage more participation from women onto our engineering course at undergraduate level.
This scholarship is to encourage and empower our local community to consider higher education, engineering and TEDI-London.
Recent Engineering UK data shows that 61.9% of white engineering and technology graduates were working in the engineering sector within 6 months of graduation compared to only 41.6% of black engineering and technology graduates. This scholarship is a positive action specifically targeted at increasing participation by black students in the engineering workforce after graduation.
Engineering UK (2019) statistics identified an annual shortfall of up to 59,000 engineering graduates and technicians to fill core engineering roles. We want engineering to be an accessible career choice for current workers looking to retrain and make TEDI-London a great option for people already working in engineering looking to upskill.