Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Disability Pay Gap

Pay gaps

A pay gap is a measure of disadvantage (a gap) expressed as a comparison between what, on average, one group of staff earn and what, on average, another earn across an organisation.

2022 pay gap

The University median disability pay gap for 2022 is 13.7%, with a mean disability pay gap of 19.1%.

The University publishes pay gap data for gender, ethnicity and disability.

More information on how pay gaps are calculated, what causes them and what we are doing to address then is provided in this overview document.

Overview of pay gap reporting [PDF 112KB]

Disability pay gap

The University published a high-level disability pay gap report in March 2022.