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Socio-Economic Discrimination

Socio-Economic Discrimination

Monday, 15 April 2013 20:48

Shannon V St Hughs, College, Oxford

Written by Ahtasham Rizvi

Damien Shannon, 26, from Salford, Greater Manchester, claimed that St Hugh's College is discriminating against poorer students by requiring them to prove they can afford living expenses which he regards as disproportionate.

He claimed his offer of a place on a one-year economic and social history masters course was withdrawn because he could not provide evidence that he had access to 21,000 which the university calculated as projected living costs.

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