Higher Education and Accessibility: Access to the University of Cambridge graduate programme

Cambridge University Postgraduate Outreach speakers/panellists
The event Program
Day 1 Speakers at the University of Cambridge Postgraduate Outreach
Day 2 Speakers & Panellists at the University of Cambridge Postgraduate Outreach
Rachel Cox, Head of Student Recruitment, Cambridge Admissions Office, University of Cambridge
Rachel MacDonald, Graduate Student Co-ordinator, Department of Cambridge
Helen Pennant, Director, Cambridge Trust, University of Cambridge
Jim Smith, Programme Director, Gates Cambridge, University of Cambridge
David Izuogu, Founder, Africa of Our Dream Initiative and Day 1 Moderator
Caroline Trotter, Director, Cambridge – Africa Programme, University of Cambridge
Hannah Elkington, Outreach and Student Recruitment Officer, Wolfson College, University of Cambridge
Yohana Gadaffi, Wolfson Oxford & Cambridge Society Scholar
Alice Amegah, Government of Ghana Scholar
Gerald Emmanuel Arhin, College funded Philomathia Scholar
valentina Ndolo, Gates Cambridge Scholar
Sandile Mtetwa, Gates Cambridge Scholar
Martin Wagah, Sanger Institute Graduate Scholar
Kenneth Okwor, Rowan Williams Cam. and Wolfson Scholar
Camille Mba, IsDB – Cam. Int’l Scholar
David Izuogu, Cambridge Trust – Cambridge Africa/IsDB Scholar
Chioma Achi, Cambridge Trust – Cambridge – Africa Scholar

In partnership with the University of Cambridge, AODI is making schools like Cambridge accessible to young Africans, blacks and ethnic minorities who face different levels of challenges while applying for postgraduate programmes at top universities globally.

We would love those who would never imagine it to dare it. If you would like to hear from admission and scholarship decision-makers at the University of Cambridge on how best to make a successful application as well as hear from successful students studying at Cambridge, then this event is for you. Join the 2-day virtual outreach and get the opportunity to hear from those who make scholarship decisions and ask your questions. We have also put together a panel of excellent students who have been successful with various scholarships at Cambridge to share their experience and success story.

The Program of event

You can watch the events live here using the embedded links below. However, if you need to ask questions during the event, you will have to click on the YouTube icon at the bottom left of the video below to watch it on YouTube and send your questions for the speakers to see.

Day 1: Higher Education and Accessibility – Access to the University of Cambridge graduate programme
Day 2: Higher Education and Accessibility – Access to the University of Cambridge graduate programme

Submit any question you might have for the speakers of the panel before the event by completing the form here.

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