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More black students sought by top science college
by Sean Coughlan, BBC News Family and Education Correspondent
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2 June 2021
On 2 June 2021 BBC News reported:
A drive to tackle the under-representation of black students is being launched at Imperial College London, in a 5m British pounds scholarship and mentoring scheme. Out of more than 10,000 undergraduates at Imperial, only 235 are black. The university, one of the world's top science institutions, wants to at least double that number.
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