All Souls Examination Fellowships 2019: Open Evening for BAME Candidates
Date: Friday 24th May (Week 4), 17.00
Venue: All Souls College Hall, High Street, Oxford OX1 4AL
All Souls holds an exam every autumn for students who have recently graduated from, or are registered for a higher degree at, the University of Oxford. Candidates may choose to sit papers in Classics, Economics, English Literature, History, Law, Philosophy or Politics, and there is also a General component. Successful candidates are elected to a Fellowship which lasts for seven years. Those elected receive a generous stipend, visa sponsorship (where applicable), accommodation and career support. They may either choose to pursue an academic career or to contribute to wider academic life while pursuing a non-academic career.
To be eligible, candidates must have graduated from an undergraduate program AND be within 10 (Oxford) terms of graduating from their first degree by the time they sit the examination in early October 2019. They must have either completed an undergraduate degree at Oxford or be currently enrolled in a postgraduate degree at Oxford.
The Open Evening is an opportunity for interested BAME (black, Asian and ethnic minority) candidates to learn about the Examination Fellowship – to find out more about the exam process, to hear from the College about its efforts to broaden access, and to meet some members of the College.
All Souls is committed to attracting applicants from all backgrounds, especially those from minority ethnic backgrounds that have been and remain underrepresented at Oxford. The College welcomes enquiries about the Examination Fellowship from anyone.
Further information is available on the All Souls website: https://www.asc.ox.ac.uk/examination-fellowships-general-information