Workshop on Applying for Master's Abroad
On Saturday, 15 October 2022, Project EduAccess organised a Workshop on Applying for Master's Abroad – with dedicated panels for Social Sciences, Law, STEM and Humanities. After giving a general overview of master’s applications, participants joined breakout rooms of their choice (based on their discipline) where a team of Project EduAccess mentors answered discipline-specific questions on master’s application processes.
The workshop had four panels – Social Sciences, Law, STEM, and Humanities.
Panel 1: Social Sciences
This panel comprised of Aastha Mohapatra (MPhil Development Studies, University of Oxford), Ambikesh Sharma (Masters of Public Administration, University College London), Anushka Mittal (Master’s in Social Science of the Internet, University of Oxford), Jhora Dasgupta (MSc in International & Social Policy, London School of Economics), Salwa Mansuri (MSc in International & Social Policy, London School of Economics) and Srishti Gupta (Master of Public Policy, University of Oxford).
Panel 2: Law
This panel comprised of Akbar Zaheer (Bachelor of Civil Law, University of Oxford), Ashwani Singh (LLM Public Law, University College London), Ayushi Syngal (LLM International Law, University of Bristol), Bhat Chaitra Rajagopala (LLM International Law, University of Cambridge), Devina Srivastava (Master of Law, University of Cambridge), and Prashansa Shah (LLM in Commercial and Corporate Law, Queen Mary University of London).
Panel 3: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
This panel comprised of Ojaswita Pant (MSc Chemistry, Université de Genève, Switzerland) and Shivani Suresh (MSc in Clinical and Therapeutic Neuroscience, University of Oxford).
Panel 4: Humanities
This panel comprised of Maria Shawl (MA Twentieth and Twenty First Century Literary Studies, University of Durham), and Sakina Lakdawala (MPhil in Education, University of Cambridge).
On this page, you will find resources from this workshop. Please note that the breakout room discussions were not recorded, and as such, the recording available here is of the initial presentation only.