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Universities with largest proportions of black and minority ethnic students announced

Posted by Vicki 28 July 2010 : education ,

The School of Pharmacy, Brunel and Queen Mary’s are the three universities with the largest proportions of black and minority ethnic (BME) undergraduate students according to data released this week by the government.

The data – which was released in response to a question from shadow universities minister David Lammy – also highlights that London Universities are more likely to have bigger proportions of BME students.

The twenty universities with the largest proportion of BME students are as follows:

Institution

Proportion from minority ethnic backgrounds (%)

The School of Pharmacy

77.8

Brunel University

65.8

Queen Mary and Westfield College

64.8

University of East London

64.7

University of Buckingham

59.2

London South Bank University

58.7

Middlesex University

57.0

University of Bradford

56.6

Aston University

54.9

University of Westminster

53.2

Kingston University

52.7

London Metropolitan University

52.2

London School of Economics and Political Science

50.2

Thames Valley University

49.3

St Georges Hospital Medical School

47.1

The School of Oriental and African Studies

46.0

Kings College London

45.6

Roehampton University

45.1

University of Hertfordshire

44.8

The City University

43.2

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