Your Data Matters

Why do we ask about your age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or whether you have a disability?


Change demands data.

All of our Equality & Diversity work requires data. From addressing the attainment gap; to delivering staff and student training; to addressing hate crime everything is reliant on the data available to us. Data which you help to provide and keep accurate. To help us be as effective as possible and check that your data is correct, please follow this link.

Data Collection


Why it is important to collect equality data?

It can seem intrusive when you are asked by the University to provide information about your identity. Collecting data is a crucial part in making sure that our University can direct resources for supporting students, creating fair policies and roles in seeking new approaches in improving your experience. We understand that unconscious bias can exist and with that we use this data to understand our diversity and the inequalities within our community. Together, we can create a global platform that is built on the foundations of equality and inclusion.

How We Protect your Data

The protection of your data is one of the most important beliefs of the University. It is important that you trust and have confidence that the University takes great care to ensure that personal data is handled, stored and disposed of confidentially and securely. Everyone who processes personal data on behalf of the University must ensure that they comply with the University’s Data Protection Policy (PDF – 283KB).


 How to input your data

  1. Please go to and log in using your student credentials

  2. Go to the my.programme tab right next to the student.home tab

  3. Click the Register Online Icon  

  4. Select the first option in the list directed near the bottom of the page titled ‘Personal Details’

 5. Scoll down and you will see the options to fill in your data.

 6. Here you can fill in your age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or whether you have a disability


Important Information

You can provide documents, for example government IDs, to update information such as nationality or sex. This can be done via contacting the Aston Webb Student Hub online or by visiting in person. Private rooms are available if you would like to discuss information further. 


To find out how we will protect the personal data that you share with us, please read our privacy statements.


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