Department for Education written question – answered on 18th January 2023.
To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what proportion of students doing (a) level 1, (b) level 2, (c) level 3 and (d) foundation level courses were black, Asian and minority ethnic in each college in England on 1 January 2023.
The table below shows the proportion of participating further education and skills learners over the age of 19 in the 2021/22 academic year that declared themselves from an ethnic minority (excluding white minorities).
Adult (19+) further education and skills learners in the 2021/22 academic year:
Proportion declaring themselves from an ethnic minority group (excluding white minorities)
Participation Below level 2 (excluding basic skills)
Participation Basic skills
Participation Level 2
Participation Level 3
Participation Level 4+
Participation No level assigned
Note: Instances where a learner’s ethnicity is not declared are excluded from the calculation.
The department does not have this information broken down further by provider. For provider breakdowns by ethnicity we publish the number of learners over the age of 19 that declare themselves from an ethnic minority group at each provider for each provision type on page 12 of our data visualisation tool, which can be accessed here: https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiNzYwNTcxNDItNjgyNS00ODMyLTgwNGUtMjFlODkyMjE4OWMyIiwidCI6ImZhZDI3N2M5LWM2MGEtNGRhMS1iNWYzLWIzYjhiMzRhODJmOSIsImMiOjh9.
The department published the number of adult learners over the age of 19 that declare themselves from an ethnic minority group by level, sector subject area and local authority delivery scheme for both apprenticeships, education and training, and community learning that can be created in the following tables:
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