Attainment, progression and experiences of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Students- Faculty of Health and Wellbeing

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Lewis, E. 2019. Attainment, progression and experiences of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Students- Faculty of Health and Wellbeing. Not published Edith Lewis.
AuthorsLewis, E.
TypeProject report
Abstract

Higher education is considered a space for unlocking potential and advancing knowledge and research. While this is true, evidence shows that higher education institutions are failing students from Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME)communities in unlocking their potential to succeed. Funding continues to be poured into the sector for small and large scale interventions to provide solutions to this evidence without much success. This research project interrogates the causes of these disparities from students’ perspectives and experiences within a health and social care faculty at a university based in the South of England as a case study.

KeywordsHigher educatio; BAME communities; Attainment, progression and experiences
Year2019
PublisherEdith Lewis
Place of publicationNot published
Output statusUnpublished
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Deposited04 Jun 2021
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