Scholarship of Clarendon Fund at the University of Oxford. Source: Oxford University Press
Scholarship type: Masters/PhD Degrees
Closure date: 25 Jan 2019 (annual)
Place of study: UK
Class starts: October 2019
Clarendon Fund Scholarship
The Fund provided by the Clarendon is a major graduate scholarship fund scheme at the University of Oxford, offering about 140 fresh grants every year. Scholarships from the Clarendon fund are awarded basically per academic excellence and potential transversely all level of degree-bearing subjects at graduating level at Oxford University.
Hosting Institution: Oxford University, UK.
Discipline/Field(s) of study:
A scholarship is available at all degree-bearing courses at graduate level in any subject. It also encompasses all permanent and part-time master’s students and all PhD courses. List of all the graduate courses offered by Oxford University is enumerated on the Courses page.
Diploma courses or Postgraduate Certificate are not allowed for this scholarship.
Number of Awards: About 140 scholarships are given every year.
Targeted scholars: All applicants from any country
Scholarship estimation/additional offer/duration: Clarendon Fund Scholarships cover the totality of tuition and college fees.
Students on a full-time course will be offered a generous yearly grant for living costs – at least £14,777 for 2018-19. While Scholars on a part-time course is offered a study support grant to help cover other costs.
The study allowances are usually offered for the full period for which scholars are responsible to pay tuition fees to the University, which is usually the same as the length of your course. I.e. you as a scholarship student will be paid for as at when dew.
Selection Criteria /Qualification:
Clarendon Scholarships are given on the basis of outstanding academic performance and potential to graduate students globally. Scholarships are available in all subject areas and are open to scholars who apply for a new Masters or PhD course by the January admissions closure.
If a scholar is applying for a full- or part-time master’s degree or PhD course at Oxford by the January deadline for your course, the scholar will automatically be considered a recipient of the Clarendon Scholarship.
The scholar does not need to submit any special additional documents for the Clarendon Scholarships and there is no separate application form for a scholarship. However, you need to apply before the January closing date (25th of January 2019) for your course if you’d be like to be considered for the scholarship.
It is also very important to visit the official website (link provided below) for other information on how to apply for the Clarendon scholarship.
Website: Official Scholarship Website: http://www.clarendon.ox.ac.uk/
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