Oxford University has offered a record number of places to black students, with more than 100 accepted last fall.
The university has increased the percentage of Black, Asian and Ethnic Minorities (BAME) to record levels and has made progress in increasing the number of services it offers to state schools and disadvantaged students. The data from the Ucas admissions office show that today it is more likely than comparable institutions to provide services for ethnic minorities and socially disadvantaged students
The Target Oxbridge program, which aims to help black British students apply to both Oxford and Cambridge, has made 34 offers to black students. Of those who applied through the program, 40 percent were accepted – significantly higher than the broader ones