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Days after calls for professors to be taught about ‘white privilege’, new data has revealed ethnic minority students are now the majority at 23 UK universities.
Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) pupils in Britain are already more likely to attend university than their non-white counterparts, with figures showing the gap is growing year-on-year.
It is not this gap that institutions are being told to tackle, however, as they face calls instead for equality of attainment between ethnic groups, with universities urged to clamp down disparities in achievement by ethnic white students at higher education level compared to students from other backgrounds.
Figures from the Sunday Times’ Good University Guide found that just over 99 per cent of students were white at Harper Adams University College, a Shropshire-based institution which specialises in education pertaining to the agricultural and rural sectors.
Yet white Britons are now a minority at many places of higher education, especially those situated in “hyper-diverse” cities like London and Birmingham, such as Aston University where 72.4 of the intake was of BAME students, and City University of London, where it was 71.6 per cent.
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