Equality Reports and Data
Reports and Data
The Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) introduced by the Equality Act 2010 is supported by specific duties, which aim to help public bodies perform better in meeting the PSED and require the University to publish
- Equality Objectives, at least every four years
- Equality data to demonstrate compliance with the equality duty, at least annually
Why is equality data monitoring important?
It is both a requirement and good practice to know the composition of our student body and workforce so that issues of under-representation can be addressed and needs can be provided for.
The data presented here provides an evidence-based approach to equality so that we are able to prioritise and focus on specific agendas as we work towards creating an environment which is free from discrimination and promote equality of opportunity.
Since the start of the academic year 2019 - 2020, the Annual EDI report sent to Council has now been replaced by a termly report. The latest one is listed below with the previous versions in the archive.
The Ethnicity Pay Gap for University employees at March each year, using the statutory Gender Pay Gap methodology (excluding casual workers) was:
|Year||Mean||Median||% of staff declaring their ethnicity as BAME|
A negative pay gap is BAME favoured.
For future years, the ethnicity pay gap will be reported in the EDI Termly Report (Summer)
Staff and Student Data Below
In this section, you will find the following equality data about University of Exeter staff which has been collated and analysed via various sources including the HESA* Heidi Equality management tool and the Midland Trent Human Resources system.
*HESA information currently only covers age, disability, ethnicity and gender.
In this section, you will find equality data about University of Exeter students which has been collated and analysed via the SITS student database.
Further information regarding student numbers and demographics is available from the Policy, Planning and Business Intelligence team.