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Pembroke College, University of Oxford.

Pembroke College has provided continued support since the founding of the African & Caribbean Tyler Prize in 2017, via a generous donation from Christopher Tyler.

The celebration day for our flagship essay prize, the African-Carribean Tyler prize, is hosted at their grounds in Oxford.

New College, University of Oxford.

New College are generous supporters of our Creative Writing Programme.

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At Pembroke, Dr Claus is chiefly responsible as Access Fellow for a professional network of universities, schools and third-sector organisations that encourage pupils from challenging socio-economic circumstances to enter Oxford and other competitive universities.

 

This 'Hub' model for widening access was launched in February 2017 as a collegiate initiative under the banner of OxNet. 

As a former mature student, Dr Claus has a particular interest in pioneering teaching strategies that enthuse students from non-traditional backgrounds, international students or students from cultural or ethnic minorities. He has taught courses at every level, from school students to postgraduate.

Access Fellow, Pembroke College, Oxford

Peter Claus

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​Michael Ohajuru is a Senior Fellow of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, with honours degrees in Physics (Leeds, 1974) and Art History (Open University, 2008). He retired in 2014 after a twenty-five-year career holding senior positions in international sales and marketing in the data and mobile communications industry.

Michael is the co-convener of 'What's Happening in Black British History', a series of workshops run by the Institute of Commonwealth Studies. Now in its fifth year, the series fosters a creative dialogue between researchers, educationalists, archivists, curators, and policy makers. 

Senior Fellow, Institute of Commonwealth Studies

Michael Ohajuru

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