The Guide for students studying on programmes validated by The Open University is now available and can be accessed from the Validation Partnerships website via the following links:
Christie’s Education seeks to advance equality of opportunity for all its students. We are committed to creating an environment free from discrimination, harassment and victimisation where all staff and students are treated with dignity and respect. We will promote equality of opportunity irrespective of age; disability; gender reassignment; marriage and civil partnership; race; religion or belief; sex; pregnancy or maternity; sexual orientation. We value our diverse student and staff community.
Our equality and diversity policy is intended to support all students in developing their full potential. Students will therefore be treated fairly and judged on merit and by reference to their skills and abilities. In order to create the desired environment, students of Christie’s Education are also expected to treat staff, other students, visitors and others connected with Christie’s Education in accordance with the values promoted by this equality and diversity policy. View our Equality and Diversity Policy.
Christie's Education is committed to providing a supportive environment for its students, takes a positive attitude to the management of students' physical and mental health, and recognizes that the wellbeing of students is critical to their learning, academic achievement and wider student experience. The Fitness to Study Policy and Procedures sets out the ways the institute may respond to instances where concerns are raised about an enrolled student and the process that is implemented to manage the matter and support the student. View our Fitness to Study Policy and Procedure.
The Withdrawal and Deferral Policy outlines the process Christie's Education follows once a student chooses to withdrawal or defer from a Master's programme. View our Withdrawal and Deferral Policy.
Students who have accepted an offer on our Master's programmes at Christie's Education are required to read the Student Protection Plan and confirm that they have read and understood the full terms outlined in the document. This plan sets out the measures put in place to protect students and has been approved by our regulator the Office for Students (OfS) and our validating body The Open University.
The Refund and Compensation Policy should be read in conjunction with the Student Protection Plan as it sets out the principles that Christie’s Education Ltd. (“CE”) will apply if it is no longer able to provide continuation of study for some or all of its students because of an event that has triggered the Student Protection Plan. Students who have accepted an offer on our Master's programmes at Christie's Education are required to read the Refund and Compensation Policy and confirm that they have read and understood the full terms outlined in the document.
Christie’s Education is committed to providing, maintaining and enhancing a high quality educational experience. CE welcomes the opportunity to correct mistakes, clarify misunderstandings and to respond positively and constructively on any occasion when students feel the need to express dissatisfaction with a particular service or other aspect of CE provision. The Student Complaints Procedure document sets out the procedures for investigating and resolving complaints where students believe they have a legitimate concern.
Download the Student Complaints Form