Did you know that at UAL, Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) students are 21% less likely to graduate with a 1st or 2:1 in comparison to their white coursemates?
And for those who are international students, 45% will graduate with a 2:2 or 3rd?
This year, while we continue to tackle the attainment gap, we will be focusing on liberating the curriculum; auditing the reading lists and course content to ensure that more women and BAME artists, theorists, and lecturers are included.
Get involved with our events this term, look out for these bookmarks in your libraries and let us know your views on liberating the curriculum by clicking here!
Liberate My Curriculum
Monday 8th May - Monday 22nd May
We are holding a series of events throughout the month to engage students in discussions on how UAL can collectively come together to liberate curriculums. Get involved!
Working Through The Gaps: Part Two
Wednesday 31st May
272 High Holborn, London College of Fashion, WC1V 7EY
Did you know that Black and International students at UAL are 20% less likely to graduate with a 1st or 2.1? This is called the attainment gap and as part of our campaign this month, we've organised a discussion on how students and tutors can come together to co-create a curriculum that is global, and representative.
Workshop: Liberating My Curriculum
Tuesday 23rd May
London College of Communication, E1 6SB
How can we make sure our curriculum is representative and inclusive of everyone? Come along to our workshop, facilitated by your Education Officer, Hansika Jethnani and Black Students' Officer, Annie-Marie Akussah, to discuss these things and how we can take action on our courses!
KillJoys Unite: a Conference
This event has been postponed until October. Stay tuned for more information!
If you'd like to get involved or have any questions please email:
Education Officer, Hansika Jethnani: email@example.com