Annual reports

Find out more about our activities, achievements and progress in advancing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

Statistics

60.3%

of staff and 58.5% of students are women, with higher proportions in Health and Life Sciences and Humanities and Social Sciences.

48.8%

of professors at Oxford Brookes are women compared to 29.7% for the HE sector.

65.8%

of senior academic staff are women compared to 37.9% for the HE sector.

0.9%

of salaried staff report their gender identity as different from the sex assigned at birth.

41%

of students identify as from Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, compared to 16.3% of salaried staff and 23.9% of hourly paid staff.

54.4%

of BAME students identify as from Asian backgrounds and 26.7% of Black heritage.

3.7%

of professors identify as from a BAME background compared to 12% in the HE sector.

27.8%

of staff new starters in 2022-23 identified as from a BAME background.

7.7%

of students identify as LGB+ compared to 6.3% of staff, while for 16% of staff sexual orientation is unknown.

44.9%

of staff identify with a religion or belief while 37.4% have no religion and 17.7% prefer not to say or provide no data.

19.6%

of students identify as disabled compared to 7.4% of staff.

33.1%

Among disabled staff, 33.1% have a specific learning difference and 18% report a mental health condition.

Contact us

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

EDIstaff@brookes.ac.uk