Successful applicants will have the chance to attend the event to help them advance their impact career and entrepreneurial aspirations, whilst having access to a wealth of informative and inspiring content. While spaces are limited, it is an unparalleled opportunity to engage with the leading entrepreneurs of today and tomorrow. The Skoll Wolrd Forum takes place in April each year at Saïd Business School, Oxford.
Skoll World Forum - Student Ticket Fellowship
The Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship seeks to accelerate entrepreneurial approaches and solutions to the world’s most pressing problems by uniting social entrepreneurs with essential partners in a collaborative pursuit of learning, and large-scale social change. This is one of the world’s principal gatherings bringing together creative and ambitious leaders, thinkers, and innovators to inspire and challenge each other in entrepreneurial approaches to the world’s most pressing problems.
Student Ticket Fellowship
Each year, the Skoll Centre awards a small number of University of Oxford postgraduate students with a free delegate ticket to this prestigious event.
- Proven commitment to social and/or environmental impact work both at Oxford and prior to your studies
- Your future ambitions/goals and how attending the Skoll World Forum might contribute to those
- Positions and volunteer roles taken on at Oxford and your ability/commitment to sharing your learning with other stakeholders or communities in Oxford
- Ability to communicate effectively and write engaging blog posts at the Skoll World Forum
As part of the Fellowship, all students attending as part of this offering will write at least one blog post about the Forum to be posted by the Skoll Centre.
Examples of blogs written by previous fellows:
Role of women and girls in climate change - by Gladys Ngetich, Rhodes Scholar and DPhil in Engineering Science at the Department of Engineering Science.
Lean impact: How to scale for good - by Nikhil Dugal, Skoll Scholar and 2017-18 Oxford MBA.
Choosing inclusion over exclusion for refugees and migrants - by Emilie McDonnell, MPhil in Law at the Faculty of Law.