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Goldsmith Scholarship


The Graduate School is very pleased to announce the call for applications for two Generation Delta Goldsmiths Studentships, for doctoral study. This initiative builds on and contributes to the OFS / Research England project Generation Delta: Building Routes into Professorship for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women that seeks to redress barriers to access and...

Summer research internships


The University of Cambridge offers a number of research internships for undergraduates from underrepresented groups who are interested in pursuing postgraduate studies and have the potential to become the future of research. Click here for more information

A member of our Advisory Board, Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu, has become the 7th President in Cambridge University!


We are delighted to announce that Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu, a ground-breaking nanoscientist, has been elected as Wolfson's 7th President. Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu, a Professor of Pharmaceutical Nanoscience known for her ground-breaking work in nanoparticle drug delivery, will become the 7th President of Wolfson. She will succeed current President, Professor Jane Clarke, on 1 October 2024. Click...

Upcoming Events


Please click the link below to view some of the upcoming events organized by YCEDE and Brad-ATTAIN.  

UCL Research Opportunity Scholarship 2024/25


Windsor Fellowship is working with University College London (UCL) who is running this scholarship programme to support Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic postgraduate research degree students – the UCL Research Opportunity Scholarship (UCL-ROS). The scheme offers full financial support and a skills development programme, both designed to promote academia as a more attractive career option. Click...

A new publication from the Aziz Foundation may be beneficial to EDI managers, admissions and widening participation staff, academic researchers and policy makers


Transitions: British Muslims between undergraduate and PGT studies examines the progression challenges confronting British Muslims when accessing PGT level study. The authors centre the testimonies of British Muslims, exploring the intersectional disadvantage they experience within higher education. It considers some recommendations that universities can implement in widening access for this demography. Additionally, it includes reflections from...



Georgetown University Law Center, Stanford Law School, UCLA School of Law, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Southern California Center for Law, History, and Culture invite submissions for the 23d meeting of the Law and Humanities Workshop for Junior Scholars, to be held at the UCLA School of Law, on June 9-10, 2024....