White males are the only demographic in Britain which saw a decrease in the number of spots secured in universities, according to newly released figures from the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
In 2021, a record number of students in Britain secured places in a university within a month of their A-level results, with 448,080 students set to begin university study in the Autumn, compared to 441,720 in 2020.
However, despite the record number of admissions, the number of white males has fallen again, with 127,250 admitted this year compared to 127,330 in 2020.
Since 2014, the number of white males being admitted into degree courses has fallen by ten per cent according to an analysis of UCAS figures conducted by the Mail on Sunday.
In comparison, the number of Asian males admitted to universities has risen by 26 per cent over the same time period, and