PSU

SDG 5: Gender Equality

Proportion of First Generation Women Starting a First Degree

Proportion of Women
in Senior Positions

Proportion of Graduates - STEM

Proportion of Graduates - Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Reference: Academic Year 2021


Proportion of graduates with teaching qualification

5.2 - Proportion of first-generation female students

Among PSU’ total number of students starting a degree, 64% are women. Moreover, the female first – generation students starting a degree is 22% from the total number of female students starting a degree.

Proportion of women first- generation

696

Number of women starting a degree

150

Number of first-generation women starting a degree

Reference: Academic Year 2021


Student access measures

5.3 - Student access measures

PSU systematically tracks and has clear policies for application, acceptance and completion rates for female students. PSU also provides appropriate women’s access schemes and encourages applications in areas where women are under-represented.


Proportion of senior female academics

5.4 - Proportion of senior female academics

Women in senior positions represent about 44% of the total number of senior positions.

Proportion of senior female academics

101

Number of senior academic staff

44

Number of female senior academic staff

Reference: Academic Year 2021


Proportion of women receiving degrees

5.5 - Proportion of women receiving degrees

The proportion of female students in STEM programs is 36% and for the Art, Humanities, or social science is 64%.

Proportion of female degrees awarded

Number of graduates: Total 729
Number of graduates by subject area (STEM, Medicine, Arts & Humanities / Social Sciences): Total 729
Number of graduates: STEM 151
Number of graduates: Arts & Humanities / Social Sciences 578
Number of female graduates by subject area (STEM, Medicine, Arts & Humanities / Social Sciences): Total 426
Number of female graduates: STEM 54
Number of female graduates: Arts & Humanities / Social Sciences 372

Reference: Academic Year 2021


Women’s progress measures

5.6 - Women’s progress measures

PSU has well-established policies for non-discrimination against women, for maternity and paternity and for protecting the rights of those reporting cases of discrimination.

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