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Research-intensive institutions ‘need to improve’ PhD access

Universities ‘should address lack of equity and access’ for Black, Asian and minority ethnic students

Research-intensive institutions must address a “lack of equity and access” to doctoral positions among Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) students, a conference has heard.

Speaking at the Vitae Connections Week 2020 conference on 16 September, Michael Sulu, senior teaching fellow at University College London and co-chair of its Race Equality Steering Group, said there was “a lack of diversity within research-intensive institutions”.

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