Race Equality Charter Mark
(21 December 2017)
The Race Equality Charter Mark, launched in 2015, aims to improve the representation, progression and success of minority ethnic staff and students within higher education.
The University of Manchester was proud to be one of only nine higher education institutions gaining a Bronze Race Equality Charter Mark and, in recognition of our continued commitment to support minority ethnic staff and students, we will be applying to renew our Award in July 2018.
The opinions of all staff and students are extremely valuable to the award renewal process, not only for letting us know your experience of the support available, but also what other requirements you and your peers have.
The survey will take around 10 minutes, it is completely anonymous, you only need to answer the questions you are comfortable with and there is a chance to win one of five £20 Amazon vouchers.
To give your feedback, visit:
Find out more
To find out more about the Race Equality Charter and to read our 2015 submission document, visit: