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How UK universities are doing with racism and welcome international students from around the world?
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How UK universities are doing with racism and welcome international students from around the world?

How universities respond to the anti-racism protests in the UK? How is it like to be an international student at a UK university? According to the Equality Act 2010, education providers such as schools, colleges and universities are legally required not to discriminate against their pupils and students. Join this webinar to find out how the UK universities deal with anti-racism in their universities and welcome students to be part of their communities.

How UK universities are doing with racism and welcome international students from around the world?
Speakers
Emma Burgess, International Officer, University of Essex
Emma Burgess, International Officer, University of Essex
Emma joined the University of Essex in 2019 and works in the international recruitment team. As one of the country leads for North America and Non-EU Europe, Emma is the first point of contact for undergraduate and postgraduate enquiries from students in these markets. As well as attending fairs, delivering talks for students, parents and teachers – in-person and/or virtually, Emma also provides specialist advice to prospective students and their families on a range of topics relating to applying and studying at university through to student life and what to expect as an international student studying in the UK/at Essex. The University of Essex is a truly international university with over 140 nationalities represented on our Colchester campus and this is easily Emma’s favourite thing about Essex.