BAME Students'

Everyone should have the chance to benefit from Higher Education if they choose to and all students should have equal opportunities to succeed and progress, regardless of their background. The University of Greenwich is committed to ensuring that students from black and minority ethnic backgrounds (BAME) are supported while studying here. 


BAME Awarding Gap 


The university is committed to closing the BAME awarding gap – the difference between the number of white UK students awarded first-class or 2:1 degree compared to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic UK students.  

You can read more on the university’s aims for the Awarding Gap here, or email




We want Greenwich to be inclusive and supportive for all students. However, if you or someone you know have experienced bullying and harassment or hate incidents, you can report it to the university through the Report and Support tool.  

Reporting can be done anonymously or speaking to an advisor who can help guide you through what support and next steps. 




BAME Staff Network  

BAME in Tech  

Students of Colour Liberation Network 




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