Destination STEMM – Mathematics & Statistics  

The Windsor Fellowship is working in partnership with University College of London to deliver Destination STEMM - Mathematics & Statistics.  


A blended mentoring/tutoring two-year programme for level three (A-Level or equivalent) students who live or school in Greater London who are currently in Year 12, planning to study A-level or equivalent in Mathematics/Statistics subjects and considering continuing into Higher Education with a STEMM degree subject.   


About University College London  


The Department of Statistical Science has played a major role in the development of the subject ever since its foundation in 1911 as the Department of Applied Statistics. 


Your experience will include: 


  • Monthly interaction and support from an allocated Mentor from a Mathematics/Statistics subject area 

  • 8 skills and development workshops to support and develop key skills and competencies to enhance your personal and professional development and effectiveness  

  • 3 subject specific workshops each year 

  • Becoming a part of the Windsor Fellowship Alumni and access to other programmes 

  • Opportunities to participate and attend events organised by the UCL – Department of Statistical Sciences to improve subject knowledge and professional networks 

Commitment - Your responsibilities 


Commit to the mentoring programme agreement which consists of: - 

  • Attend Student Introductory Session 

  • Attend 8 workshops over the two-year long Programme 

  • Regularly communicate with and meet your allocated UCL Mentor 

  • Contribute to the promotion of STEMM subjects in your school and local community 

  • Participate in an ongoing evaluation of the Programme 

Commitment – Parent/Guardian responsibilities   

 Commit to the mentoring programme agreement which consists of: - 

  • Attend Parents Introductory Session  



  • We encourage female applications  

  • Resident and/or studying in Greater London 

  • Currently in Year 12, planning to study A level or equivalent Mathematics/Statistics

  • Planning to continue into Higher Education to study a STEMM related degree subject.  


How to apply and next steps


  • Complete our online application by 12:00pm (midday), on Friday 12th November 2021

  • There are two (2) forms to be completed, the link given here is the first link.  The link to the second form will be given when you submit the first form 

  • Windsor Fellowship will review all applications after the deadline date

  • Applicant meetings for the programme will take place virtually from 18 October 2021 

If you would like further information or have any questions about DSTEMM, Mathematics and Statistics contact  Karlene Mahoney, Programmes Manager, at