Revealed: 5 Least Socially Inclusive Universities In The UK, 2018
Despite being the top universities in the UK, Oxford is the least socially inclusive academic institutions in Britain, according to the table of 133 institutions, followed by the University of St Andrews, Cambridge, Durham and the University of Bristol, data has shown.
The gated communities for the privileged: More than 60% of their students went to private or grammar school. The Statistics revealed in Sunday Times’ Good University Guide, also show only 1 in 10 students at both Oxford University and Cambridge University consider themselves working-class.
Inversely, Glyndwr University is the most socially inclusive university, followed by London Metropolitan and London South Bank.
The data also showed that the majority of Russell Group universities are among the worst for social diversity, with sixteen of the bottom twenty.
Top 5 least socially inclusive universities in the UK, 2018:
- Oxford University
- The University of St Andrews
- Cambridge University
- The University of Durham
- University of Bristol
Three most socially inclusive universities in the UK, 2018:
1. Glyndwr University in Wrexham
2. London Metropolitan University
3. London South Bank
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