An audience with Professor Charles Egbu

Thursday 7 October 2021

Professor Charles Egbu joins the University of Bedfordshire’s Race Equality Network to talk about being the UK’s first black university Vice-Chancellor.



As part of the University of Bedfordshire’s Black History Month celebrations, the Race Equality Network (REN) will be welcoming Professor Charles Egbu, Vice-Chancellor of Leeds Trinity University,
to discuss his career and plans for the future.

Professor Rebecca Bunting, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bedfordshire, will be hosting this webinar, alongside REN members.

Professor Egbu is thought to be the UK’s first black university Vice-Chancellor and will speak about his journey to becoming the Vice-Chancellor in the context of BME under-representation in higher education.


Everyone is invited to an audience with Professor Charles Egbu on:
• Date: 7th October 2021
• Time: 13:00-14:00
• Platform: MS Teams – link to be shared with attendees upon registration via Eventbrite:

Professor Egbu was appointed as Leeds Trinity University Vice-Chancellor in November 2020.

Previously Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education and Experience at the University of East London. He is also a member of various external bodies, including the Advance HE Pro Vice-Chancellor Network and QAA Panel of Experts.

Don’t miss this opportunity and join the talk

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