06 April 2022
Brunel University London has been ranked 6th in the UK for Social Mobility following analysis from the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).
The report found that students who join Brunel from a low-income background have an increased chance of being a high-earner at the age of 30.
To compile their rankings, the IFS developed a score for each university known as their ‘mobility rate,’ which represents the number of graduates that received free school meals when they were children but then went on to be amongst the top 20 percent of earners for their age at 30 years old.
Prof Julia Buckingham CBE, Vice Chancellor and President of Brunel, said: “We have a passionate commitment to and a strong track record in supporting students from disadvantaged backgrounds, ensuring that they develop the skills they need for rewarding graduate jobs.”
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