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Dear Ulster University,

Could I have the following information please:

1) A breakdown (% or number) of all faculty staff members from your medical school in 2020-2021, broken down by ethnicity and gender. Ethnicity groups can be presented as White, Mixed or Multiple ethnic groups, Asian or Asian British, Black, African, Caribbean or Black British, or other.

Please could this data could be stratified according to these three groups:

Senior leadership team (however your faculty defines this e.g. Deans, Vice Deans, Associate Deans, Heads of School)
Clinical Faculty
Non-Clinical Faculty

2) A breakdown (% or number) of undergraduate and postgraduate (if applicable) medical students in 2020-2021, broken down by ethnicity and gender. Ethnicity groups can be presented as White British, Black Afro-Caribbean, Indian etc.

Please can the data be represented as a spreadsheet. Do let me know if you have any questions.

Yours faithfully,

K. Sharma

foi, Ulster University

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Dear K Sharma

 

We acknowledge receipt of your recent request under the provisions of the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 (ref FOIA/21/152).  Your request is
receiving attention and we hope to have a response to you no later than 10
September 2021

 

Regards

 

Azlina Cohen

 

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foi, Ulster University

Dear K Sharma

 

RESPONSE FOIA/21/152

 

Further to your Freedom of Information request, please view Ulster
University’s response as follows –

 

1) A breakdown (% or number) of all faculty staff members from your
medical school in 2020-2021, broken down by ethnicity and gender.
Ethnicity groups can be presented as White, Mixed or Multiple ethnic
groups, Asian or Asian British, Black, African, Caribbean or Black
British, or other.

 

As there were less than ten faculty staff members in the School of
Medicine in 2020/21 we are unable to provide a breakdown of their equality
information to prevent individuals being personally identified.

 

2) A breakdown (% or number) of undergraduate and postgraduate (if
applicable) medical students in 2020-2021, broken down by ethnicity and
gender. Ethnicity groups can be presented as White British, Black
Afro-Caribbean, Indian etc.

 

There were no students in the School of Medicine in 2020/21

 

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email at [email address]  The University will normally
undertake to issue a decision on an appeal within 20 working days of
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Yours sincerely

 

Azlina Cohen

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University.
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the system and for other lawful purposes. Ulster University does not
guarantee that this email or any attachments are free from viruses or 100%
secure. Unless expressly stated in the body of a separate attachment, the
text of email is not intended to form a binding contract. Correspondence
to and from the University may be subject to requests for disclosure by
3rd parties under relevant legislation.
The Ulster University was founded by Royal Charter in 1984 and is
registered with company number RC000726 and VAT registered number
GB672390524.The primary contact address for Ulster University in Northern
Ireland is Cromore Road, Coleraine, Co. Londonderry BT52 1SA

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