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University of Oxford Scholarship by Clarendon Fund

University of Oxford Scholarship by Clarendon Fund. The Clarendon Fund is a large graduate scholarship programme at Oxford that awards about 140 new scholarships each year. Clarendon Scholarships are granted at the graduate level at the University of Oxford based on academic achievement and promise in all degree-bearing disciplines.

Particulars of University of Oxford Scholarships

  • Oxford University Press
  • Masters and PhD Degrees program
  • Deadline: 7th January / 21st January 2022
  • Study Place:  UK – United Kingdom
  • Course starts October 2022
University of Oxford Clarendon Fund Scholarships
University of Oxford Scholarship by Clarendon Fund

Institution

University of Oxford in the United Kingdom is the host institution.

Degree Level

All graduate-level degree-granting courses in any field are eligible. This includes both full-time and part-time master’s programmes, as well as all DPhil programmes. The Courses page contains a list of all graduate courses provided by the University of Oxford.

This grant is not available for postgraduate certificate or diploma programmes.

Awards

Number of Scholarships: Each year, around 140 scholarships are awarded.

Aimed Group

Applicants from any countries are eligible.

Scholarship Worth, Benefits and Duration

All Clarendon Scholarships pay the entire cost of tuition and college expenses. Scholars enrolled in a full-time programme are eligible for a significant yearly living allowance, which will be at least £15,009 in 2020-21. Part-time students will get a study support stipend to help with non-fee expenses. Part-time students will get a study support stipend to help with non-fee expenses. DPhil scholars in Part-time can anticipate at least £2,502 in 2020-21, while part-time Master’s scholars should expect at least £5,003 in 2020-21.

Scholarships are often provided for the duration of your obligation to pay tuition fees to the university, which is usually the same as the duration of your study.

Criteria for Eligibility and Selection

Clarendon Scholarships are given to graduate students from all around the world who have demonstrated exceptional academic merit and promise. Scholarships are available in all subject areas and are available to applicants who apply for a new master’s or doctoral programme before the January deadline.

Selection Criteria

Depending on the topic area and whether applicants are applying for a taught or research degree, the selection criteria differ somewhat.

Applications are evaluated using the following criteria as a guideline:

Outstanding academic achievements

A strong academic record is required. Most successful academics hold a first-class honours degree or its equivalent. For example, if the grade is out of four, a GPA of at least 3.7 is required, despite the fact that many Clarendon students obtain better grades. Alternatively, a candidate must have an outstanding Master’s academic record, with the understanding that a strong Master’s degree can compensate for a weak first degree. Depending on the strength of the sector, requirements may differ between disciplines and from year to year.

Individual grades on student transcripts, proof of past university honours or awards, information on your overall rank within your cohort, and publications are all examples of further evidence of strong academic accomplishment (if applicable).

Potential and aptitude for the future

An applicant’s future academic capacity and aptitude for the chosen course of study are given special attention. This may be determined by looking at references and research ideas to see if there is evidence of an applicant’s research aptitude and possibility of making a major contribution to the field of study.

Motivation of students

Evidence of the applicant’s dedication to the proposed course, as well as examination of the personal statement and referees’ reports, are used to determine this.

On this page, you’ll find the selection criteria.

Application Procedure

You will automatically be considered for a Clarendon Scholarship if you apply for a full-time or part-time master’s or DPhil programme at Oxford before the January deadline for your course. There are no additional documentation required for the Clarendon Scholarships, and no different scholarship application form exists. If you want to be eligible for the scholarship, you must apply for your course before the January deadline (7 or 21 January 2022).

For further information on how to apply for this scholarship, please visit the official website