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Improving access to higher education and creating opportunities of growth for learners from marginalised communities in India.

Our Work

At Project EduAccess - India, we are committed to the goal of empowering learners from marginalised and historically disadvantaged communities in India. We do this by working towards increasing their representation in higher education and creating opportunities for their personal and professional development.


In 2022, we launched a large-scale graduate mentorship programme to support learners from marginalised groups with their applications to universities and scholarship bodies for postgraduate study. Over the last two years, we have mentored 1000+ mentees through a network of 400+ expert mentors. Our mentees have made it to top universities in the world, including University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, Harvard University, Yale University,  Columbia University, University of Melbourne, New York University, SOAS University of London, London School of Economics and Political Science, University College London, and John Hopkins University, among others. They have also won prestigious fully-funded scholarships like the Rhodes Scholarship, Chevening Scholarship, Commonwealth Shared Scholarship, Clarendon Scholarship, Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholarship, Felix Scholarship, Inlaks Scholarship, Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarship, Oxford-India Centre for Sustainable Development Scholarship, among others.


Riding on this momentum, we are launching the graduate mentorship programme again, for a third year. We are also planning to offer long-term and research-based mentoring - more on this below!

Our Work


India Graduate Mentorship Programme

Flagship initiative to help Indian individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds to apply for graduate studies and scholarships abroad, including to universities in the UK, US, Europe, Australia.

India University Support Programme

Long-term mentoring initiative to aid in the professional and personal development of first and second year undergraduate students belonging to marginalised communities.

EduAccess Research Fellowship

Fellowship for students interested in research degrees to gain valuable research experience by working with current doctoral and post-doctoral researchers on a variety of research projects.

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