BAME Students at Bristol
The University of Bristol is working hard to diversify our student body. We are committed to supporting our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students into and beyond university.
Being BAME at Bristol – Event for Year 12 students
Thursday 11 June, 16:30-17:30
Hear from current Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) University of Bristol students about their experiences living and studying in the city. This event will offer the opportunity to ask questions about topics such as student life and the range of events and student societies at the university that are run by and created for BAME students.
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Our work to support BAME students
Bristol: Quick Facts
- Across the University approximately 27% of our students identify as BAME. This is increasing every year.
- In the past 5 years the University has seen an increase in BAME enrollments by 44%. This includes an increase in applications and offers.
- At Bristol there are currently 390 societies or student groups to get involved in. Over 55 of them represent, discuss, and celebrate different cultures. Examples include the African & Caribbean society, the Asian society, the Bollywood dance society and many more.
- In 2020, the University’s Insight into Bristol summer school programme expanded. This programme encourages and supports BAME students into university. Now, year 12 students from all over the UK can apply spend a week at the University of Bristol, experiencing student life for themselves.
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