Tosin Murana is an Alumna of the London School of Economics and Political Science UK where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Law.
During her time studying at LSE she served as the Creative Officer of the African Caribbean Society and balanced working for three different LSE departments. In one of her roles at LSE, she managed a project to help LSE students to gain access to quality part-time jobs and produced a report which highlighted and addressed the lack of BAME representation in the university’s governmental internship scheme.
In 2018, she was invited to 10 Downing Street and chosen as one of the UK’s black future leaders. Tosin is now an incoming Trainee Solicitor at a Magic Circle law firm and is currently studying the Commercial Legal Practice Course in advance of her training. For the past three years, Tosin has also run her own social enterprise business, Hi-R Education, which assists students with getting into university and obtaining internships and graduate roles. Tosin runs Hi-R Education with a team of renowned student mentors who are each matched with a young student to guide and assist.
Hi-R Education is a for-profit social enterprise set up to help students with their transition into universities and careers in the UK.
Hi-R focuses on assisting students with applying to university, internships and graduate roles as well as mentoring A-level/IB students through their final year at sixth form/college.