Inclusion at Sheffield is everyone's responsibility

Maddy Corr

We know that to be a world-class university we must be a truly inclusive university.

We are proud of our diverse community. Women make up 49 per cent of our workforce, 13 per cent of our staff are from a Black, Asian and Other Minority Ethnic background, and international colleagues make up 21 per cent. We have more than 28,000 students, including 7,344 students from 149 countries.

We know that when people come together with different views, approaches and insights it can lead to richer, more creative and innovative teaching and research and the highest levels of student experience.

We will continue working together to deliver on our objectives, and to identify where we can make further progress in creating a fully inclusive environment where everyone can flourish.

Here are just some of the examples of how we're progressing inclusion at Sheffield:

Tim Dolmansley


Highlighting the importance of diversity of thinking with six unique stories from colleagues who identify as being neurodiverse.

Stephanie Ejegi-Memeh


We've developed a race equality strategy to help us create a more diverse and inclusive University community.

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We're committed to progressing gender equality. Read on to hear from staff and students about their hopes for the future.

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We're proud to be a Stonewall Top 100 Employer in recognition of our efforts to tackle discrimination and create an inclusive workplace.


An online platform for staff and students for reporting and accessing support about harassment and discrimination of any kind.