This website has been designed to help you to understand more about the Degree Awarding Gap, between white and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME students), the causes of the gap, and what can be done to reduce and then eradicate the gap. The attainment gap at Hallam is above the national average at 15 percentage points (2019/2020).
“Having a degree awarding gap between our white and our Black, Asian and minority ethnic students is unacceptable. Reducing and eradicating the gap requires sustained effort from all staff, working alongside our students.” Professor Sir Chris Husbands (Vice-Chancellor).
We believe all students should have access to equal opportunities in a fair, inclusive environment and our dedicated team works with University staff and students to deliver targeted action to reduce the gap. These include improving institutional processes, enhancing the knowledge and skills of staff and students, and providing better support.
You can find out more about College, Departmental and Hallam-wide activities, gain support to develop and evaluate an initiative, and read good practice and research from across the sector via the following sections.
New: Advance HE launches ‘Ethnicity awarding gaps in UK higher education in 2019/20’ report
13 Oct 2021: Advance HE Ethnicity Awarding Gaps persist despite improvement in 2019-20: Panagiota (Peny) Sotiropoulou, Advance HE mixed-methods researcher, shares her thoughts on the main findings.
You can find more about the work Advance HE are doing in the sector on Academic Essentials: Advance HE membership benefits.
|This website was developed with stakeholders and is maintained by the Academic Development & Diversity Team. Last updated: 3rd November 2021 NB|