An open community
Bucerius Law School values student diversity and is committed to providing a learning environment where there is no discrimination on the basis of gender, race, religion/belief, age, disability, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, socio-economic background or other irrelevant distinction. No student should feel disadvantaged or excluded from class participation.
Students with disabilities receive a range of appropriate support including assistive technology, exam related support and facility related support. The Bucerius Law School ensures that accessibility needs are met regarding access to and within the building, toilet facilities and parking facilities.
Students with children are advised that the Bucerius Law School has an on-campus Kindergarten where child care is offered from Monday to Friday for up to 10 hours per day.
Any questions about equal opportunties at Bucerius Law School? Our Program Director Magdalena Kaljaj will be happy to help you!
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