Middlesex University London is pleased to announce the British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM for the 2021/22 academic year. In partnership with the British Council, Middlesex University London is offering six fully funded scholarships for female students studying on an eligible programme from the one of the countries list below .

The Scholarships aim to support girls and women who are under-represented in STEM. Applicants will be required to demonstrate their financial need and how they would inspire future generations of women to pursue a career in STEM.

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STEM Scholars and Mentors 

Kick off Lunch

Our first kick off meeting was on the 29th of September.

The three of the STEM Scholars (Eva, Irha and Krishnapriya) joined us for a short lunch break.

Serengul, Kelly and Sharon



Prof. RaimondI is the Head of CS and an expert on formal methods. He was the recipient of Amazon Fellowship (2018-2020) on data security. 


Prof. Gao was a coordinator for an EU FP7 funded project (WIDTH 2011-2014) for a Marie-Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (IRSES) with 11 partners from both Europe and Asia, involving training and networking early-stage researchers. She has examined 5 PhD theses for South Asia cohort (2008-2021) and was an external examiner for an MSc programme at the University of Mauritius in Mauritius (2019-2021). Three of 6 PhD students she is currently supervising/co-supervising are females with two coming from the South Asia cohort. 


Dr. Androutsopoulos (TR03) is a Senior Lecturer and specializes in static analysis algorithms, finite state machines and software engineering. She is a recipient of a prestigious award (CAPE) from Advance HE for supporting students with mixed learning ability and has experience supervising both Erasmus Traineeship and KTP grants. She is the founder and the leader of Women in Computing group and has led female students participating in a number of national events (two received People’s Choice Award at the BCS Lovelace Colloquium). She is also in charge of running annual Employability lecture series at Middlesex. 


Dr. Smith is an Associate Professor and specializes in Human Computer Interface and User Experience Design. She is currently director of Computer Science undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, e.g. Computer Science and Data Science MSc programmes. She is the module leader on Postgraduate Work Experience and responsible for allocating students to find a placement and has rich experiment in providing advice on students’ future careers.