The University aims to support Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students. We recognise that the term BAME can be problematic in terms of putting different groups into the same category, which can obscure the particular challenges faced by the groups that make up BAME. However, we hope the resources here are helpful in addressing some of the unique barriers that BAME students may face.
You can also read about the university's commitment to Equality Diversity and Inclusion here.
You can get involved by becoming a Diversity & Inclusion Student Ambassador - this position allows you to host events aiming to promote race and social equality and engage with other BAME students. Check out the link below to find out more about the role and other University campaigns for BAME students.
Here at the University, we recognise that people from BAME backgrounds may face more barriers when it comes to accessing mental health and wellbeing resources and support. Below you will find a page dedicated to recognising that the BAME wellbeing experience is a different one.