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One of our student has been featured in a podcast in the NYTimes. Please listen to her inspiring story here:

             "The Dreams we had are like a dream" 

UniArk is passionately committed to helping her reach a safe harbour and continue her education, but we need your help! American colleges have welcomed her, but these places remain a dream— even with scholarships, she can't afford to go.


Please join us in helping her. Your donation will help fund her education, travel and living costs, so that she can get a Visa to the US and join the Class of 2026!

Who we are


Developing countries and underrepresented/ persecuted minorities, in particular, need future leaders. They need advocates, representation, access to the same knowledge and life experiences that the rest of the world have, independent of social or economic status. 
What is the biggest bottleneck? There are many initiatives targeting basic primary and secondary education, education equality, building and improving university education in the countries themselves. However, the number of students from these backgrounds at elite universities in the UK, US, Europe is shockingly low, suggesting a substantial access problem .
We are a passionate group of young people striving to making a positive change to oppresed communities by supporting their youth to access and navigate exceptional educational opportunities to leading global universities. 

Our Theory of Change

"Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world."


Our services and support programs


Personal statement 

Personalised, multidraft feedback on personal statements and other admisssion essay requirements


Admission Tests

1:1 support for admissions tests such as the NSAA, PAT, ENGAA and etc to improve test performances


Interview Practice

Technical Interview preparation provided by tutors who have successfully experienced the interview processes


Scholarship Applications

Students from 3rd world countries will need scholarships to study abroad, they will be supported at every stage by mentors who have successfully secured scholarships


General admissions support

Students needing support beyond the UCAS application to meet all the requirements such as the IELTS test and etc will have a mentor that can guide them through it.


Admissions; not the end

Through our collaboration with Homerton ChangeMakers and our vast network connection of students willing to help, we will be able to assist students in their first year of university whilst they adjust to the UK system if required. Note, this service is only available to international students.