University of St Andrews to introduce compulsory sexual assault education class following Telegraph investigation
The University of St Andrews is introducing a compulsory module on consent and sexual assault for all of its students, following a Telegraph investigation into a series of alleged rapes on campus.
Every single one of the university’s 9,000 students will be required to participate in the online class before they are allowed to start the forthcoming academic year in a move that has been praised by female students.
The university also said that it was undertaking work to ensure that its staff were sufficiently trained up to support sexual assault victims.
On Saturday, The Telegraph revealed that more than a dozen claims of rape and sexual assault have been levelled at members of a US-style fraternity who have now suspended some of their cohort.
At least nine allegations of rape were made against students in the St Andrew’s branch of