Diversity Ambassadors scheme


Diversity Ambassadors Scheme


Ambassadors have the opportunity to work in a diverse team to design and deliver:

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) focused activities and events for the wider student community.

  • Produce social media content.
  • Host and contribute to the EDI podcast on issues that matter to you.
  • Write short articles for our website.
  • Meet and engage with new people at BPP and externally.

To sign up to become a Diversity Ambassador, please fill in this form and send it to inclusion@bpp.com.


Meet Our Ambassadors


Thi Dac Nguyen
Ronke Amasha
Afaq Ahmed Khan 
Dhimple Patel (She/her)

Dim-Pull Pat-Ell

Muhammed Hamza Rashid
Khadak Raj Joshi
Muhammad Umer

Proudly serves as the Student Diversity Ambassador at BPP Manchester University. With a deep commitment to fostering an environment that celebrates diversity, strives to create a welcoming and supportive community for all students.  

Understands the significance of representation and believes that diversity is not just about acknowledging differences but also embracing them. By working closely with students, faculty, and staff, actively promotes a culture of respect, understanding, and appreciation for individuals from all backgrounds.  

Muhammad Umer is excited to continue their mission of promoting diversity and inclusivity at BPP Manchester University and looks forward to collaborating with students, faculty, and staff to create a truly inclusive educational environment for all. 

Muhammad Umer Fayyaz (He/him)
Favour Emmanuel
Samar Abbas



Apprenticeships and Diversity 

Written by Diversity Ambassador Desiree Obioma


Diversity is defined as the state of being diverse and having a variety or range of different people. Diversity is not just limited by our physical differences, it also extends to other protected characteristics and groups such as age, ethnicity, religion, sexuality and more.

Over the years, apprenticeships have celebrated the diverse culture of young minds from all different backgrounds. For this Diversity Awareness Month, I want to focus on the way apprenticeships celebrate the diversity in professions and routes to qualification. Contrary to popular belief, apprenticeships are an alternative; diverse - DIFFERENT routes which are not less than but EQUAL to the traditional routes to qualifying into a profession.

We also have to recognise that apprenticeships favour people from diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. Initially advertised as a means of social mobility, they have quickly become popular within those from lower socio-economic households who might not be able to afford the traditional route; equalising the level playing field and giving them a shot at their dream careers.

Apprenticeships have also opened doors to diverse teaching and learning styles. Interpersonal learners have found a home through the apprenticeship scheme. This learning style also favours neurodivergent adults, who through apprenticeships have accessed organisations they might not have traditionally. This has been resonated by companies and apprentices who see this route as a way of hiring and promoting a more diverse workforce.

There is still work to be done to ensure that apprenticeships are valued and respected in all fields, but for now, let us all celebrate the diversity and inclusivity they provide to the modern day workforce.