Every Russell Group uni ranked, in order of how white they are

I mean I’m hardly shocked about Exeter’s place in this


Queen’s University Belfast is the whitest of all Russell Group unis, new stats have revealed.

Over 95 per cent of students accepted by QUB last year were white, according to UCAS data on student acceptances in 2019.

In a top-table dominated by the Russell Group’s Scottish and Northern Irish members, Exeter and Durham sneak in as the English unis accepting the highest percentage of white students, with 88 and 87 per cent respectively.

Meanwhile, the most diverse spots are all taken by the Russell Group’s London unis.

How white is your uni? Find out below:

Data: UCAS 2019 end of cycle provider-level data on acceptances

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