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Language Amigo is a new way for students to improve their spoken Spanish by providing an income to LATAM youngsters, too.
Smart technology for identification and classification of complex liquids in sealed containers.
Read how an Oxford alumna went from science to tea business.
An unusual type of network where you could build really good business relationships.
Empowering Oxford's current and future female leaders and founders to pursue their entrepreneurial purpose.
If you're looking for networks, opportunities, and resources, check out the Oxford EDU website.
We promote gender equality in STEM subjects by supporting women studying or working in these fields
WeAreTheCity includes gender-related news, a networks directory, calendar of events and conferences, returnships, business schools, inspirational women profiles, HeForShe interviews, giving back and jobs.
An opportunity to take a critical look at your own leadership style and strengths on this six-week online course
A diverse Oxford network for aspirational women who deliver
A programme of workshops dedicated to women entrepreneurs in health and life sciences.
Supporting female entrepreneurs in the critical early years.
A non-profit partnership promoting diversity in Venture Capital.
A list of support groups and resources for female entrepreneurs in the UK, compiled by Startups.co.uk
The leading source of institutional capital for female founders raising seed capital with over $3B in enterprise value.
One day personal development workshops for women, organised by the Careers Service
Marja is co-founder of Jump, an online platform and marketplace helping jobseekers find the right employment, and businesses find the ...
What’s On: Enterprising Women
There's an amazing range of careers open to well-trained researchers, and shifting between and within sectors is a great way of ensuring professional longevity and a whole raft of exciting opportunities. Nessa Carey will share her experiences and insights from working in diverse environments, from big pharma to freelance, and from academia to start-ups, with a healthy dose of public engagement and supporting research councils on the side.
Intersectionality and Inclusion – Women entrepreneurs: building inclusivity and tackling world-scale challenges
The three-episode Intersectionality and Inclusion Event Series explores the necessary but difficult work of individuals and organisations engineering a more equal and inclusive world