Global Majority Students

Students looking at the leaflets lying on the stall.

This community is for students that are Black, Asian, dual-heritage and/or students who have been racialised as ‘ethnic minorities’. We aim to offer a safe space to socialise and to meet other students with similar lived experiences and to bring positive change to their university experiences.

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Community Engagement Lead
Momina Moin(She/Her), MA Diplomacy, Law, and Global Change

What would you like to achieve in your role this year?

I would be happy if I am able to extract something out of the diversity, we see here in Coventry University. I visualize this campus as a mini planet earth, just without any borders, and I would want to see all the diverse groups, bringing their cultural, political, and social perspectives together so that we may achieve something meaningful out of this opportunity of interaction that Coventry University provides us with.

Momina stood outside smiling


Every year we celebrate Black History Month, acknowledging and celebrating the beauty and power of black culture. From fashion shows to panel talks we host a range of exciting events for everyone to get involved in. If you would like to be involved in planning or suggest an idea for Black History Month (October 2023), please contact the Global Majority Students Community Engagement Lead or email

If you have an idea of an activity you’d like to run for the community, we can support you!

If you have an idea for a campaign you’d like to run, we can help you deliver your campaign!


If you are interested in joining or leading an International or Cultural Society, please see the full list below:


  • UK Black Pride - is an organisation that advocates, fights for, supports and celebrates LGBTQ people of colour.

  • Discrimination Law Association - “The DLA is a non-profit network that brings together a broad range of discrimination law practitioners, policy experts, academics, and concerned individuals and organisations, all united around a commitment to strengthening anti-discrimination law, practice, advice and education in the UK. Who we are | Discrimination Law Association

  • Access UK - (African Caribbean Careers & Employment Support Services UK), is a BME careers solutions specialist. A charity/social enterprise that offers end to end, bespoke IAG services for young BME (Black Minority Ethnic) beneficiaries. Our culturally competent and community-based services centres around improving outcomes within the three E's of Education, Employment & Enterprise.

  • Your Students Union offers free, independent, and confidential advice to all students. Find out more about Your Advice here.

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