Winchester is one of four Universities set to introduce a "name-blind" admissions systems in a bid to avoid bias.
Along with Exeter, Huddersfield, and Liverpool universities it will be involved in the Ucas-run project, ordered by the Government following concerns about differences in offer rates to different ethnic groups.
Research found that entries from all ethnic groups soared between 2006 and 2015, but with entries from the black ethnic group rising by 75%, compared with 25% in the white group.
However, when looking at high priced universities, it found an increase of more than a quarter (26.5%) in entries from the Chinese ethnic group, compared with less than 6% in the black group.
This number was still almost double the number of entries in 2006.
Helen Thorne, Ucas's director of external relations, said:
"The projects being undertaken in 2017 will enable universities to evaluate the effectiveness of a name-blind approach and how it could complement existing approaches used to ensure that admissions are fair for all."