ABOUT US

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Our History

Started in 2000, the UCL African & Caribbean Society is a student-run organisation that actively embraces diversity and inclusion.

We are the voice of 1710 African and Caribbean Students at UCL and have cultivated our network with associated cultural societies, UCL Alumni, leading firms and philantropists to actively represent those of African and Caribbean heritage.

OUR DEMOGRAPHIC

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Diversity & Inclusion Insight

We pride ourselves on fostering a diverse and multinational community consisting of a Female 64%: Male 36% ratio from all over

Africa and the Caribbean:

  • African - 71%

  • Caribbean - 15%

  • Both - 4%

  • Neither - 6%

  • N/A - 4%

    *Statistics updated in 2020*

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Our Talent Pool

Our Student Body comprises of a mixture of undergraduates and postgraduates spread over a vast range of degree backgrounds on offer at UCL:

  • STEM - 29%

  • Law, Humanities - 38%

  • Medical Sciences - 27%

  • Others - 6%

 *Statistics updated in 2020*