MentorNet Starts to Support Oxford University’s Mentoring Schemes

MentorNet Starts to Support Oxford University’s Mentoring Schemes

03 May 2018, by MentorNet in News, Student Mentoring

The University of Oxford has been running mentoring schemes for a while now, but recently has decided to select sfG MentorNet as the mentoring platform for some of its mentoring programmes. We are very pleased to be working with the University, to enhance their mentoring and coaching programmes with our technology, automating many of the processes that have previously been manual.

 

The University of Oxford will be using MentorNet to support a number of programmes within the University, including a mentoring scheme within the Radcliffe Department of Medicine which is open to all staff and students. Michaella Smart, RDM Mentoring Coordinator says: “We are delighted to be moving our mentoring programme to the next step, by incorporating the latest technology into our scheme which has been successfully running for 4 years now. We look forward to seeing the positive impact that the platform brings us and hope it reduces the administrative burden, as well as enhances further the overall experience of the mentoring scheme for our staff and students.”