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Labour MP David Lammy, the former higher education minister, accused the red brick establishment of “social apartheid” after obtaining the figures through a Freedom of Information (FOI) request.
The data also shows that between 2010 to 2015 only three of Oxford's 32 colleges made an offer to a black A-level applicant every year.
Mr Lammy said the Oxbridge geographic and regional divide is “shocking”, and that they are “failing to live up to their responsibilities as national universities”.The staff are really dynamic, qualified and pleasant and I met a lot of students from different countries and cultures.I hope I'll keep in touch with them and I wish to be able to come again to British Study Centres next year. Oxford has amazing parks for picnics and to have fun with your friends and of course night life in Oxford is unbelievable!“Difficult questions have to be asked, including whether there is systematic bias inherent in the Oxbridge admissions process that is working against talented young people from ethnic minority backgrounds,” he added.The data obtained through Mr Lammy's FOI also shows that 48% of Oxford offers went to applicants from London and the South East, compared to 15% from the North, 11% from the Midlands and 3% from Wales.
Oriel college made just one offer during that same period to a black student.