On Friday 4th September at the award ceremony of the Targetjobs Undergraduate of the Year 2020 Award hosted by Rachel Riley, Tiara won the Award in the category of  The Undergraduate of the Year Award for Impactful Social Action 2020. Congratulations to Tiara and we wish her all success in her career. 

Tiara is the founder of SolidariTee, the largest UK student-led charity, fighting for long-term change in the refugee crisis. SolidariTee mobilises 500 student volunteers across 42 universities and has raised over £200,000 of grants for refugee aid. As founder, Tiara has given a TedX talk on the importance of legal aid, and has been granted the Diana Award, the Cambridge Vice Chancellor Social Impact Award, and the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs Award.

As an Arabic, Farsi, French, and German speaker, Tiara has worked as an interpreter in Jordan, France, and Germany. Having graduated from Cambridge with a double first, she is now a consultant at the UN in humanitarian programming.



News of Tiara chosen as a finalist of the Targetjobs Undergraduate of the Year Wards

We are delighted to announce that Tiara Sahar Ataii (MML, 2016) entered the TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards. Tiara beat off stiff competition and has now been named as a finalist for The Undergraduate of the Year Award for Impactful Social Action 2020 with Clifford Chance.
The TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards is a competition open to students across the UK where they can win prizes such as placements, internships and trips abroad with internationally recognised organisations. This year there were 13 different awards that cover a range of academic subjects and skillsets. This is now the 11th year of the awards and we had over 4,500 students apply.
To make it to the final of the Undergraduate of the Year Awards students had to first complete an application, including essay style questions and online tests. Once passing that stage students were either invited to a telephone interview or take part in an assessment centre. Clifford Chance have been extremely impressed with Tiara and has invited them to the grand final taking place on Friday 4 September where each winner will be announced. The final is usually held in person in London, with only the student finalists and employer partners invited to attend. This year, however, the final will be held virtually with Rachel Riley as the host.

We wish Tiara good luck on 4 September.