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In recent years, considerable progress has been made to widen the participation of ethnic minority students in UK higher education, in the past few months alone, the Covid-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement have shone a stark light on the racial inequalities that exist throughout all sections of UK society, including within higher education. Higher education (HE) has the potential to break intergenerational poverty by bringing about social mobility and justice. Thereby, transforming the lives of many from disadvantaged background, the wider society and particularly the students of African descent who may face some level of prejudice. In this paper, the holistic experiences of students of African descent attending a Post-1992 University in Britain have been explored. Findings reveal that substantial inequalities persist throughout their student lifecycle exposing systemic discrimination, broader political and social realities evident on the campus.
|Publication status||Published - 16 Jun 2021|
|Event||The University of Northampton Annual Research Conference 2021 - |
Duration: 22 Jun 2021 → 25 Jun 2021
|Conference||The University of Northampton Annual Research Conference 2021|
|Period||22/06/21 → 25/06/21|
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Widening Participation and the Experiences of Students of African descent studying in Higher Education: A study of Students at a Post-1992 University in England.
Patrice Seuwou (Author)2 Sept 2022
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