Teaching & Learning


BAME Awarding Gap Project: supporting student success

UCL is undertaking a project to address the disparities in outcome and experience of undergraduate Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) and white students at UCL.



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About the project

The background to the project and what's been achieved to date.

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The project team and contacts

Details about the project team and the working group.

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Faculty leads

Find out who is the main contact and driver of the project in your faculty.

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The Inclusive Curriculum guide

How you can embed the principles of inclusivity in all aspects of the academic cycle. 

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Access a range of resources and case studies from various universities related to inclusivity and reducing the awarding gap.

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BAME awarding gap project events

Find out about the latest events at UCL related to closing the gap and the BAME awarding gap conference.

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BAME Awarding Gap Funded Projects

The BAME Awarding Gap Fund will provide intervention projects up to £25,000 each, over a three-year period.

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Student engagement initiatives

Engaging students as partners to address the BAME Awarding Gap.