Diversity and Inclusion


UK universities still ethnically segregated

Research from the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Bath has found that black and minority ethnic (BME) students tend to be concentrated in newer universities and large cities, such as London. Top UK universities are t...


Black workers paid less than white counterparts

Black workers are not paid as much as their white colleagues, even if they possess the same qualification. According to the TUC, with those with A-Levels, black peiople are paid 10% less, and with degree holders, they earn 14% less than the...


Gap in wealth for university places

Those from the wealthiest areas of England are 18 times more likely to go to university than those in the poorest, according to analysis from Teach First. They compared official child poverty figures with university participation rates. ...


Unpaid internships damage pay prospects for graduates

The Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex have revealed that, after graduating, former interns will earn less (roughly £3,500 less), compared with those who went straight into paid work. The study also...


Female graduates are underestimating their worth

Research from Milkround has revealed that female graduates dramatically underestimate their earning power when applying for their first job out of university, which could then contribute to a pay gap in the future. The study showe...

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