Black History Month: BAME Awarding Gaps Survey
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. We want to highlight the Degree Awarding Gaps issue during and after Black History Month because this problem disproportionately affects Black students.

Degree Awarding Gaps are the problem that Black, Asian, and other ethnic minority students as a whole are disproportionately under-represented in students achieving the highest grades.

Otherwise known as the attainment gap, we call it the awarding gap because the focus should be on universities removing the institutional barriers and unconscious biases in order for BAME students to be awarded degrees reflective of their merit.

Please fill out this survey from your perspective if you identify as a Black student. All responses are completely anonymous.
Do you know what the BAME Awarding Gaps are? *
Taken from the NUS Closing The Gap Report, May 2019:
'Black students are less likely to get a first-class degree than other students': how does this statement make you feel?
Your answer
We'll be campaigning to the University about lowering the awarding gaps for BAME students in November. Would you like to be contacted by LUU about further work we do to close the degree awarding gaps? *
If so, please could you leave your student email address? (the one)
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