Audit and Accreditation

Audit Gender

Audit and Accreditation Gender


  • Showunmi, V. (2020). The importance of intersectionality in Higher Education and educational leadership research. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Leadership Studies, 1(1), 46-63.
  • Zevallos, Z. (2020). ‘Equity, Diversity, Intersectionality, Inclusion and Access,’ The Other Sociologist: [website checked on 5th of May 2023]

Migrant background

Diversity, women in leadership

  • García-Cano Torrico, M.; Jiménez-Millán A.; Hinojosa-Pareja, E. F. (2021). We’re new to this. Diversity agendas in public Spanish universities according to their leaders. The Social Science Journal, Advance online publication. [website checked on 5th May 2023].
  • European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, COVID-19 impact on gender equality in research & innovation – Policy report, Publications Office of the European Union, 2023, [website checked on 5th May 2023].

Socio-economic background

  • Jury, M., Smeding, A., Stephens, N. M., Nelson Kellogg, J. M. (2017).
  • The Experience of Low-SES Students in Higher Education: Psychological Barriers to Success and Interventions to Reduce Social-Class Inequality
  • Journal of Social Issues, 73(1), 23-41. [website checked on 5th May 2023].
  • Nikula, P.-T. (2018). Socioeconomic inequalities in higher education: a meta-method analysis of twenty-first century studies in Finland and New Zealand. Studies in Higher Education, 43(12), 2305–2320. [website checked on 5th May 2023].
  • Vandelannote, I., & Demanet, J. (2021). Unravelling socioeconomic school composition effects on higher education enrollment: the role of students’ individual and shared feelings of futility and self-efficacy. Social Psychology of Education, 24(1), 169–193. [website checked on 5th May 2023].