A central mission of the Oxford Black Alumni Network is to use our insights and experiences to inspire, motivate and equip the next generation of students.
We know that many negative perceptions persist about accessing and studying at the University of Oxford and other elite higher education institutions. We are also conscious of, and determined to work against, the disadvantages that hold many back, and stop others dreaming.
Through our alumni network, we hope to inform young people of the opportunities and challenges associated with university life and university applications so that they are able to approach their futures with confidence.
Information for speakers
If you're interested in taking part in the Network's Schools and Outreach activities, please tick the 'Access initiatives' option when completing the membership form on the Join the network page.
You will be matched with schools by your location and the purpose of the Outreach talk or event.
Further information on the process and tips on how you can prepare for your talk will be circulated by email once you have expressed interest in attending.
Please send the Network a message if you have any queries.
If you are UK based secondary school, academy or college and would like to request a speaker, please complete this application form:
Target Oxbridge is a free programme that aims to help black African and Caribbean students, and students of mixed race with black African and Caribbean heritage, increase their chances of getting into the Universities of Oxford or Cambridge.
The programme is delivered by Rare and offers support to students in Year 12 and 13.