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What should I do if I experience harassment or discrimination at Sigma School?

We believe in a safe and harassment-free learning experience for EVERYONE. To report harassment of any kind, please []( us at

What counts as harassment?

Harassment often goes unreported because applicants are unsure whether what they experienced was harassment or something else. If you felt harassed, then it qualifies as harassment, and you should report it. You have the right to feel comfortable in your learning space, and no one should take that away from you.

Why should you report harassment?

Often, we try to convince ourselves that a situation "really wasn't that bad." We feel it's easier to attribute a given situation to bad humor or cultural differences. However, by brushing off these situations, we're not only doing a disservice to ourselves but also to the offender and the rest of the community. By reporting harassment, you are helping the offender become more self-aware and improve their global professionalism. You're also creating a better community for everyone else.

What is the process to report harassment?

Just email us at on the details about it. Then, we'll get in touch and ask a series of questions to understand the situation better. You will be asked to outline what happened and state the frequency and severity of the situation. Through it, you can also request to get removed from any current or future collaborative group with the person who harassed you. You'll also be able to choose whether you want the person to know that you reported it or if you wish to remain anonymous.

You can also choose to fill out the form anonymously. However, if you choose to do so, we cannot make changes in your current or future groupings. It will be easier for Sigma School to reach out to the person who harassed you if we can give specific examples of what is wrong, but we fully support your decision and understand if you prefer to stay anonymous for this person.

We will handle every case with care, respect, and the personalization it deserves.

Updated on: 19/09/2022

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