An inclusive and accessible culture
Our commitment to an inclusive and accessible culture not only opens the doors to the very best, no matter their background, it even shapes the very way we look at and discover the world around us.
Leicester is the most inclusive of Britain's top-20 leading universities with the greatest proportions of students from under-represented groups.
When awarded Britain's University of the Year 2008/09 by the Times Higher Education our different approach – a combination of high quality and inclusivity – was applauded as "elite without being elitist". And that's not our only achievement.
Read the stories which demonstrate this core value...
How rethinking disability representation in museums is one way that our world-leading Department of Museum Studies is spearheading the transformation of our cultural institutions.
Why opening our doors to the most talented students has changed the life path for Prashant Amar.
The contribution we're making to the development of an Ethiopian university that's creating the model upon which other UK-Developing World partnerships will be based.
How researching traditional interpretations of hate crime from a different perspective is transforming insights into this ugly offence.