Inclusive Attainment Workshop


BAME woman printmaking

14 Dec 2017

2pm to 5pm

Attainment inequalities persist for certain groups of graduates across the Higher Education sector. 

At present, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), international and working class students are less likely to achieve a first or upper second-class degree than their counterparts despite entering university with the same qualifications.


What will I learn?
The aim of this introductory discussion-based workshop will be:
  • to develop understanding of attainment gaps with reference to a growing body of research on the issue 
  • to support development of strategies to address attainment inequalities in your areas of influence 
Who should attend?
This workshop is relevant to staff with student-facing roles, including academic, technical, administration, library, language and academic support. ​

Book a place
Please use the booking form below to reserve your place.