Dear Bournemouth University,
Could you please share the following information:
1 - Over your past 5 year cohort, how many disabled students enrolled on your BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism course?
2 - Of that number, how many disabled students graduated with accreditation from either the NCTJ, the BTJC or the PPA?
3 - How many students, if any, had to withdraw from the programme over the past 5 years?
4 - Of that cohort, how many needed reasonable adjustments in order to complete their course?
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