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At the heart of our approach to Social Inclusion is a major drive to increase the diversity of our student and staff population, and to remove barriers to a Warwick education.

At Warwick, diversity is about all members of our community. Our approach will go much further than the bounds of legislative practice, protected characteristics, and the requirements of regulators.

You can see more about the data we collect, why, and how we’re using it below:


The University has a number of data dashboards to access institutional, departmental, and sector data to support inclusion-focused work. These dashboards enable us to analyse equality monitoring data across all different aspects of the lifecycle of people’s involvement with the University. This page includes information about how colleagues can access data dashboards.

Diversity Monitoring

Staff are encouraged to regularly review their personal information on SuccessFactors to ensure it is up-to-date, including sharing any protected characteristics, such as disability, gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation. On this page you'll find more information about the diversity monitoring questions we ask and why.

Closing the Pay Gaps

The pay gap is the difference in hourly pay between the total population of one group in the staff community and the total population of another. In our annual report, we provide information on the gender, ethnicity, disability, and sexual orientation pay gaps at the University. On this page you'll find all of our pay gap reports, including progress, targets, and actions in this area.


Headline data

See institutional level diversity monitoring data below. For more detailed data, see the dashboards page above. For progress against our Key Performance Indicators, see our Strategy and KPIs page.



Just over 1 in 25 staff at Warwick declared a disability (5.5%). Sector average is 5.3%.

Warwick data are as on 1 August 2021. Sector data are for academic year 2018/19.


10.5% of students at Warwick declared a disability; 12.8% of undergraduate students, and 6.9% of postgraduate students. Sector average is 13.9% (15.2% undergraduate and 10% postgraduate).

Warwick data are for academic year 2021/22. Sector data are for academic year 2018/19.

Prior to the dashboard being available the University published Equality Monitoring Annual Reports, to access previous reports please contact .