Arden University’s Access and Participation plan:

We’re excited to announce the opportunity for a you to be able to influence the university's next official plan on Access & Participation. This plan is a formal document every university must complete with the Office for Students to highlight specifically how we will support students from a range of backgrounds to thrive at university. This includes a range of new ideas and existing services, so you can engage with your time at university to the best of their ability. 




Arden University’s Neurodiversity Network:

Neurodiversity Network, a place where neurodivergent and neurotypical students and staff can work together and learn from each other to improve accessibility for everyone at Arden University.

We are inviting students who identify or could be classed as neurodivergent and are interested in sharing their experiences with Neurodiversity to participate in our research project to help us gain insight into the neurodivergent experience at Arden University. You do not need to be diagnosed as neurodivergent, nor do you need to declare your neurodivergence to the university to be eligible to take part. 




Refer A Friend:

When you help a friend or family member enrol on a degree course with Arden University through our Refer a Friend programme, both you and the person you refer will receive a 500 Amazon e-voucher or £500 tuition fee credit.

Referring someone to Arden means you’ll be helping them take the next step in their life and career with an internationally recognised UK degree qualification. They can choose from any of our blended (campus + online study) or fully online courses, and we’re here to offer advice and guidance so they pick the right degree for their future.