Where passion
and potential
define your future.

We’re now training mentors for our new cohort! If you’re a current university student at one of our target universities, you can apply to become a mentor.

 
 
 
 
 
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Learning potential is equally distributed.

Access to leading universities is not.

Every year there are at least 3,000 students with top A-level marks who don’t go to any Russell Group university. On average, students from disadvantaged areas are at least five times less likely to go to a leading university than students from more affluent areas - even when they have the same exam results.

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We’re here for the next generation of thinkers.

Our online mentorship programme helps hundreds of students from underrepresented backgrounds navigate the university application process every year. In a few years’ time, we want to be helping thousands so that we can, once and for all, systemically tackle this problem. Our mentors are current students at the world's top universities, who want to make their campuses more diverse.

We work directly with universities and corporate partners to fund our programmes, so that we never have to charge the students that we want to work with.

 
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To help them get to the best universities.

Last year 58% of our applicants received an offer from one of their top three university choices, compared to an average success rate of 15% for the universities we target.

Help us make a difference. Whether you’re representing a university, a school, a company or an individual, get in touch if you want to talk about what we do or learn more about how you can work with us.

 

 
 
 

Hear what our students have to say:

 
 

 
 

In the press

 “ Our experiences suggest that these holistic and collaborative projects are the first step towards tackling institutionalised inequality at the University of Oxford.”

Our experiences suggest that these holistic and collaborative projects are the first step towards tackling institutionalised inequality at the University of Oxford.”

  "Our focus on tailored peer-mentoring allows applicants to speak to someone they can relate to."

"Our focus on tailored peer-mentoring allows applicants to speak to someone they can relate to."

  "Project Access, an organization to level the playing field for college admissions, impressed the judges and won $72,000"

"Project Access, an organization to level the playing field for college admissions, impressed the judges and won $72,000"