PROWIBO Achieves Charity Status

After four years of charitable activities, PROWIBO’s work has officially been recognised by the UK Charity Commission! This opens up new doors for partnerships, grant applications, fundraising and opportunities to make a difference.   Many thanks to ourContinue reading

Read our April Newsletter

Since achieving U.K. charity status, PROWIBO has been working tirelessly to best serve the needs of students around the world. By expanding our digital reach, we hope connect students to vital online learning and careerContinue reading

Free Online Courses with Open Learn

Open Learn is a free learning platform from the Open University. With a catalog of over 1,000 courses, Open Learn covers a wide range of subjects, including: law, public health, psychology, information technology, entrepreneurship, andContinue reading

Understanding Epidemics: A Reading List

In addition to our free resources on COVID-19, we have created this list of relevant e-books on epidemiology. According to the British Medical Journal, epidemiology is the study of how often diseases occur in differentContinue reading

Stay Up to Date on COVID-19

We at Professors Without Borders encourage everyone to prioritise health and safety measures. As an organisation that is committed to improving knowledge sharing around the world, it is our obligation to offer the most up-to-dateContinue reading

Releasing our 2019 Annual Review

Professors Without Borders is delighted to share our Annual Review 2019 with you! Our achievements this past year have made us very proud: five wonderful summer schools in India, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Thailand, and Senegal; ourContinue reading

A Snapshot of PROWIBO

Our History Professors Without Borders was incorporated in 2016. Our vision is to create a global community of academics and professionals who wish to share their passion for knowledge with students around the world. We aim toContinue reading

Read Our January Newsletter

We have published our January newsletter for 2020! Through our newsletter, you can read all about our 2019 achievements and our plans for 2020. We want to thank all those who supported our mission lastContinue reading

Women, Development and Higher Education: Conference Report

26 December 2019 By Dr Sipim Sornbalang Download the conference report > Women, Development and Higher Education: Conference Report Download the press release > Professors Without Borders Publishes Report on First Conference in Asia

Teaching Tech to Generation Z: The Conference Report

31 October 2019 By Oliver Gonzalez-Escolono, Mariam Radi, and Samara Zauhy Download the report > Teaching Tech to Gen Z: Conference Report Copy of Press Release > Professors Without Borders Publishes Second Conference Report

Theories of Intelligence

By Gabriel Inchausti 31 May 2019 Download the paper > Theories of Intelligence by Gabriel Inchausti Download the press release > Press Release New Study from Professors Without Borders Examines the Impact of Stereotypes onContinue reading

PROWIBO Examines how to Teach Tech to Gen Z

On Saturday the 18th of May, Professors Without Borders in partnership with the Gulf Futures Center, LSEIdeas and Richmond University, hosted a conference at the German School in London. The conference featured 11 speakers from acrossContinue reading

Conference Programme

The Programme for the March 27th, 2021 Improving Women’s Retention in Higher Education Conference is as follows. Opening Speech: Tessy Antony de Nassau President and Co-Founder of PROWIBO 13:00 to 13:05 GMT/ 9:00 AM ToContinue reading

Panellists, Moderators, and Speakers

Tessy Antony de Nassau Opening Speaker Tessy is co-Founder and President of PROWIBO. In this capacity, she launched the ‘Women in Higher Education Initiative’ at PROWIBO’s Women’s Breakfast in September 2018. Tessy is the founderContinue reading

Panellists and Moderators

Majeks Walker Opening Speech and Moderator, Panel 1: Black In The Ivory: Understanding the Black Experience in Higher Education Majeks Walker has taught and practised law since 2004. He has an LLM from UCL (BankingContinue reading