Complete Race Equality Survey and have a chance to win one of 5 x £100 voucher of your choice

Kingston University is committed to addressing racial inequalities and creating an inclusive culture and environment where individuals are able to thrive, irrespective of their race or ethnicity. To help facilitate progress, we are currently working towards an application for Advance HE's Race Equality Charter.

The Union of Kingston Students are delivering this survey as part of our contribution to the Race Equality Charter submission. We want to hear your views on studying at Kingston and whether you think there is anything we can do to eradicate racial discrimination and advance race equality. This survey is just one of the ways you can be involved and we will be communicating regularly to keep you up to date with the race equality work we are undertaking and seeking your views on future actions.

You can access the survey here or further down the page.

This survey is part of a wider piece of work looking to understand the culture of Kingston and advance race equality. By taking part you are adding to the knowledge of Kingston and helping us to identify areas for improvement, and ways to make those improvements. The results of this survey will be included in our application, and if successful, the application will then be published on our website. We hope you will see your views and ideas reflected within that application and will see that we are acting upon the survey results. If our application is successful, we will be repeating this survey every four years to continue to gather views and make progress on race equality.

If you would be happy to be contacted to be involved further in this work, please leave your contact details at the end of the survey.

At the end of the survey there is the option to enter into a prize draw to win one of 5 x £100 online voucher of your choice.

If you have any questions about this survey that have not been answered by this information page or want more information about our involvement in Advance HE's Race Equality Charter please contact Aranee Manoharan at

If you want to talk to a member of Union staff about any issues or concerns regarding experiences of hate crime, harassment, or racial discrimination, please contact us in confidence at