Annual report on the gender and ethnicity pay gap.
The UCL gender pay gap in context
Like most large employers in the UK, UCL has traditionally attracted and employed more men in senior posts than women, and more women than men in lower paid jobs. As a result the average salary of men across UCL has always been higher than the average salary of women. This is generally known as a ‘gender pay gap’. UCL has committed to reducing both the gender and ethnicity pay gaps.
(analysing data from 2022)
(analysing data collected 31 March 2018)