These are the universities actually becoming less diverse

*pretends to be shocked*

Durham and Exeter have actually become less diverse over the past three years, we can reveal.

They’re part of a group of unis not managing to get any more ethnically diverse in their intake, according to new UCAS stats

The Tab analysed UCAS admissions data across the past three years, finding out who let in a higher percentage of white students in 2019 than in 2017.

Check out the table below to see the unis getting less diverse:

At Exeter, there was a year-on-year fall in the proportion of accepted students who were black and Asian, whilst at Hull, the proportion of Asian students accepted fell dramatically from 2017-19

Meanwhile, we last week revealed that Durham and Exeter are the whitest Russell Group unis in England.

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