At the moment, yes, but how long do you think it will be before the over-representation of women in Universities translates into real world changes? These things do not happen overnight. And if it doesn't change significantly will we continue to blame 'oppression' or 'discrimination' and perhaps accept that sometimes not every role in society is 50/50? That women are making those choices themselves? Men are over-represented in many roles, but I don't hear much call from feminists de-crying the under-representation of women in construction, oil rigs, waste disposal or other dirty or dangerous jobs. I'm a feminist but I want the direction of travel to be about equal opportunity and hiring on merit, without discrimination - not equality of outcome where a man might not be being hired for a position for which he might be eminently suited, just to satisfy some arbitrary tick in the box diversity quota embraced by corporations who want to make themselves look all 'woke'. I don't think this will help and just creates more division and resentment. Being a woman doesn't make me better or worse than a man, I just want to be treated as an individual thanks very much.