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'Closing the gap' for black students at Oxbridge

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The number of British black students accepted to Oxford University in 2011 has risen to 32, the highest number in 10 years.

Daniel Stone, a recent graduate of Oxford, 3rd year student at Cambridge University and president of the Black and Minority Students campaign, Akilah Jeffers and Dr Tony Sewell of the charity Generating Genius which helps under-represented groups get into universities discuss the challenges of increasing the number of black and ethnic minority students going to Oxbridge.


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