Top UK Universities | Part Two – London

If you missed our previous part on the South East, check it out here. As with that article, all of these figures are from www.gaybydegree.com, which is compiled by Stonewall. They have an A-Z list of Universities, all them with a checklist. All our ratings below will be out of ten for the amount of items each university has checked off Stonewall’s list, so the higher the number, the better the uni for LGBT people. They rate each university by anti-homophobic bullying policy and mandatory training, student sexual orientation monitoring, explicit welfare support and info for LGB students, society for LGBT students, events for LGB students, consultation with LGB students, specific career advice for LGB students, LGBT Staff Network, Stonewall Diversity Champion and engagement with the wider community.

Each University’s name will be a clickable link, where you can view the Gay By Degree page for a more in depth breakdown.

 

Birkbeck College – 4/10

BPP University – 6/10

Brunel – 5/10

Central School of Speech & Drama – 2/10

City – 5/10

Conservatoire for Dance & Drama – 0/10 This is a small institute, so keep that in mind.

Courtauld Institute – 0/10 – This is a small institute, so keep that in mind.

East London – 5/10

Goldsmiths – 2/10

Greenwich – 6/10

Guildhall School of Music & Drama – 1/10

Heythrop College – 3/10

Imperial College – 8/10

King’s College London – 7/10

Kingston – 5/10

London Metropolitan – 9/10

London School of Economics – 8/10

 

London South Bank – 8/10

Middlesex – 1/10

Open University – 6/10

Queen Mary – 7/10

Ravensbourne College – 1/10

Roehampton – 4/10

Royal Academy of Music – 0/10

Royal College of Art – 2/10

Royal Veterinary College – 4/10

School of Oriental & African Studies – 5/10

St Georges Medical School – 8/10

St Mary’s Uni, Twickenham – 1/10

Trinity Laban – 0/10 – This is a small institute, so keep that in mind.

UCL – 9/10

University of the Arts, London – 5/10

West London – 2/10

Westminster – 7/10