THE ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION REOPENS ON 1ST MARCH EACH YEAR
The foundation awards annual diversity leadership scholarships to future diversity leaders. Our education scholarships are available to full time students at an UK educational institution.
Important Dates: Application opening date: 1st March
Application deadline date: 31st July at 5pm (BST)
Please kindly note that we will not accept applications before or after the deadline dates.
Results notification: The scholarship winners will be announced and awarded during The Annual Diversity Lecture event and/or via email or post.
Duration of Scholarships: Scholarships are available from until September of the following year. The Mentoring Programme commences in January of each year until September. For applications and/or any queries, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Winners of one of the 2019 Scholarship
Winners of one of the 2018 Scholarship
Winners of one of the 2017 Scholarship
Winners of one of the 2016 Scholarship
Imani winner of one of the 2016 Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Scholarships shares her experiences.
Winners of one of the 2016 Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Scholarships shares her experiences.
Mobeen, Scholarship winner, shares his experience on The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation
WHAT IS INCLUDED
Funding to pursue your own education and career ambitions. Please note that the funding is not to be used for funding another organisation and/or event. Funding will only be paid upon full completion of the scholarship programme in September.
Exclusive mentoring from leaders in their fields
Work experience (depending upon availability).
SUBJECTS OR FIELD OF STUDY
Scholarships are available across many fields of study and sectors. This relates to your future career aspirations. The scholarship programme categories are currently:
Law, sponsored by Hogan Lovells
Finance & business
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics)
Creative (including fashion and media)
Multi-sector (for all other industries) - Scholarship applicants can place their preferred sector(s) not listed above under the multi-sector scholarship
Black Women on Boards (for all industries and supports black and mixed race female student leaders with Black African and Caribbean heritage aiming for the FTSE350 and Fortune 500 boardrooms)
In previous years, we have launched other innovative scholarships such as:
Women’s empowerment scholarship (for our gender diversity student leaders)
Social mobility scholarship (for students of all ethnicities including the white working-class, roma and travellers)
Age diversity scholarship (for mature students)
Black Leadership Scholarship (for black student leaders)
To be eligible for the scholarship programme, the students must meet all the conditions below:
Applicants must meet all the entry requirements for their full-time course
Scholarships are only available for new students. Previous scholarship winners are not eligible to apply
Applicants must enrol as full-time students in the UK. Part-time students are not eligible to apply
Have good academics and/or aspirations to achieve good academics
Be able to commit the time and effort to complete the scholarship programme
All scholarship applicants must have a demonstrable and genuine interest in diversity.
There is no restriction on the nationality of the students. However, applicants must meet all the entry requirements for the scholarship program.
LEVEL OF EDUCATION
Scholarships are available for full-time studies ranging from GCSE to doctorate levels.
The judges are leaders at the top of their profession across a range of industries. They are passionate about increasing diversity and supporting our charity to sustain the future growth of diversity leaders. The scholarship application including references will be considered by the expert judging panel.
The mentoring programme commences in January of each year. Important notes:
This scholarship cannot be deferred
Students cannot change to part-time and continue with the scholarship programme
Scholarships will not continue if the students are not committed to the scholarship programme in terms of time and effort.
All queries should be sent to email@example.com. Prior to sending your email, please can you kindly re-read this page again to ensure that the answer to your query has not already been stated here. The winners of the scholarship award will only be announced at The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Annual Lecture.
Donating to our Scholarship Programmes and educational platforms are an investment in social justice, diversity, inclusion and equity. This is one way to make a difference in developing thoughtful leaders in our community who can spur change in creating a better world for us all. We would strongly encourage you to support our future leaders by kindly donating towards our Charity’s work. See How you can donate page for information or on to the donation button at the top of the page. All amounts are welcome.
Leanne Lashley, founder of Miswits and the Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Prince’s Trust Scholarship
Miranda invited me to meet HRH the Prince of Wales which highlights the networking opportunities offered via the foundation's mentoring programme. Thanks to their generous support, I am several steps closer to achieving my career goals.
Imani Jeffers, University of Cambridge Graduate, the Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Scholarship Winner
To have such direct, one-to-one direct access to someone with such incredible expertise, a stunning repertoire and a stellar track record for success is an honour and a privilege for which I will ever be grateful. To anyone thinking of applying, this is a priceless opportunity.
Mobeen Salih, University Of Oxford, Chair Of African Caribbean Society And The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Scholarship Winner
The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation has been a blessing. As a scholar, I’ve been able to attend the inaugural Diversity Leadership Lecture, [and used the funding awarded] to buy books for my degree and, above all, I’ve benefitted from the wonderful mentoring. They have taken an active and genuine interest in my development this year. They have helped me to secure enjoyable work experience, and has kindly supported my student society – the Oxford University African Caribbean Society – in establishing our women’s network and speaking at our inaugural event. I’m so happy to have had this support alongside me this year, and I’d encourage you to get involved too.