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Examination Fellowships 2019: Open Evening for BAME Candidates

When

Friday, 24 May - 5:00pm

Where

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.

The Open Evening is an opportunity for interested BAME (Black, Asian or 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.