(1) The responsible body of an institution to which this section applies must not discriminate against a person—
(a) in the arrangements it makes for deciding who is offered admission as a student;
(b) as to the terms on which it offers to admit the person as a student;
(c) by not admitting the person as a student.
(2) The responsible body of such an institution must not discriminate against a student—
(a) in the way it provides education for the student;
(b) in the way it affords the student access to a benefit, facility or service;
(c) by not providing education for the student;
(d) by not affording the student access to a benefit, facility or service;
(e) by excluding the student;
(f) by subjecting the student to any other detriment.
(3) The responsible body of such an institution must not discriminate against a disabled person—
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