BAME students are less likely to graduate with a ‘good degree’ than white students, which is known as the ‘degree attainment gap’ or the ‘ethnicity attainment gap’. Analysis of the University of West London data revealed that there is a statistical discrepancy in the rate of good degrees achieved by BAME qualifiers compared with white graduates, a discrepancy that persists after accounting for entry qualifications. This discrepancy for the 2017/18 academic year was 19%. This article provides information on the strategies the university is currently employing to address this matter.
Keywords: ethnicity, degree attainment gap, student experience, student attainment
How to Cite:
Tatsi, E. & Darby, E., (2018) “Addressing the gap”, New Vistas 4(2), p.16-21. doi: https://doi.org//uwl.72