About Graduate Destination STEM Pilot Programme

This UK-wide programme, aims to increase the transition of UK STEM undergraduates, graduates and post-graduates from diverse backgrounds and under-represented groups into STEM employment; and address inequality in STEM fields:





Key Benefits

  • Learn how to set career goals and why this is useful
  • Build up networks with STEM professionals
  • Gain more confidence in applying for STEM jobs
  • Build up peer networks with like-minded people
  • ​Develop a broader awareness of career pathways in STEM
  • Prepare for the transition from university to the workplace by enhancing your soft skills

Your Commitment

  • MEETING WITH WINDSOR FELLOWSHIP LIASON OFFICER – To support you on your Destination STEM journey

  • WORKSHOP – To equip you with skills for your career development 

  • NETWORKING EVENT – To widen your peer and professional networks across a range of STEM fields

  • INSIGHT INTO STEM SESSION – To explore different STEM fields

  • *MOCK ASSESSMENT DEVELOPMENT CENTRE (MADC) – To practise and hone your skills for graduate assessment and employment

  • *MENTORING PROGRAMME – Trained Mentor shares his / her knowledge and experience of work/study with you 

*For selected participants only​

​Who can apply

  • UK Universities – STEM undergraduates Year 2+; STEM graduates and postgraduates from 2022 to 2024; AND
  • UK nationals or those who have an indefinite right to live and work in the UK; AND
  • Either identify as of Black, Asian or minority ethnic background; OR be a woman; OR be from another under-represented group.

Candidates will be considered from another under-represented group, if one or more of the following applies to them:

  • Has a special or additional learning need(s)
  • Is neurodiverse
  • Has been in care
  • Is the first person in their immediate family to attend university or to work in a STEM field
  • Has received any bursaries or Free School Meals
  • Is a carer

How to apply

Please submit the online application form by Friday 19 July 2024.

If you would like further information, please contact us at dstemgrad@windsor-fellowship.org