At the forefront of humanities research, Oxford attracts international and outstanding researchers, academics, and students from all over the world. The graduate students will have the chance to fulfill their research and studies in a stimulating, testing, and profoundly remunerating scholarly environment. The Humanities Division offers showed graduate and research degrees in a great many subjects. Some of these subjects are generally new and many cross the boundaries of conventional disciplines. Others are areas of scholastic research that have for quite some time been perceived as of focal significance, and they incorporate some that a couple of different universities are still ready to support. In each case, their goal is to sustain and show the highest standards of scholarship.
For the academic year of 2023-2024, the University of Oxford is proud to offer the Ertegun Scholarships in Humanities, the goal of the university when selecting an Ertegun Scholar is to choose the best students who will realize the mission of the Mica Ertegun and become one of the leaders in their chosen fields. The scholarship is highly competitive with over 1,500 applicants per round and will be awarded only to 15 eligible students annually. an average of 1.5% success rate for Master’s degree students and 1.3% for Ph.D. students.
Scholarship Provider: Ahmet and Mica Ertegun
About the Provider
Mica Ertegun is a notable philanthropist and one of the foremost inside designers of the last 50 years. As the Organizer behind Macintosh II, she has consolidated her artistic vision with business intuition to make an exceptionally successful organization
Ahmet Ertegun, The Pioneer behind Atlantic Records, the late Ahmet Ertegun was a fantastic power in the music industry for quite a long time. From the blues to jazz and shake and roll, he fabricated an unparalleled record of distinguishing, sustaining, and advancing artists and performers who might make music for the pleasure and inspiration of millions of individuals all over the world.
The mission of The Mica and Ahmet Ertegun Graduate Scholarship Program in the Humanities shall be to finance and otherwise support graduate study in the humanities by Ertegun Graduate Scholars, a gathering of profoundly qualified students from all through the world who:
- Have arrangements to develop their knowledge
- Have the desire to broaden their vision
- Seek amazing chances to trade their ideas
Ertegun House provides the Ertegun Scholarship Program with a high-profile presence at Oxford, serving as a resource for Ertegun Scholars and for visitors from around the world who will come to Oxford to partake in a program of events organized by the Chief. The Chief also acts as a tutor and advisor to the Scholars.
Ertegun House is situated on quite possibly of the most significant street in Oxford, within easy walking distance of the focal point of the city and the core of the scholarly local area. This enormous historic structure, constructed in 1808, provides the scholastic base for the Ertegun Scholarship Program. The structure is an illustration of Georgian engineering at its best, giving light and vaporous convenience, including an office for the Chief and astounding study and research space for the Scholars every one of whom has their own desk for study in Ertegun House.
- Academic Year: 2023-2024
- Applicant’s Nationality: International
- Degree Level: Master’s Degree and PhD
- Field: Eligible field of the scholarship
- Number of Awards: 15
- Duration: Full-time
- Scholarship Awards: Tuition fee and Living Stipend
- Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
- Scholarship University: University of Oxford
- Renewable: Yes
- Offered Annually: Yes
Oxford Humanities Division
The Humanities Division comprises around 33% of the University’s people group staff and students, offering showed graduate and research degrees in an exceptionally extensive variety of subjects.
The dynamism of scholarly action is proven in the wide assortment of open lectures and seminars, notwithstanding those for specific courses. You will approach an immense scope of research material, including advanced resources. These resources are given through Oxford’s impressive library system, based on the focal Bodleian libraries, through the work created by the University’s research projects, and through the rich and diverse holdings of its museums.
Notwithstanding materials and support focused on conveying subject-specific information, there are many facilities focused on the personal and professional development of students, strengthening their existing skills and growing new skills, and setting them up for careers after they have finished their studies.
Before proceeding with the application process, the students must meet the eligibility for the scholarship.
- International students seek for the advancement of their knowledge can demonstrate their motivation to pursue their studies at the University of Oxford.
- Can demonstrate their leadership skills to meet the mission of the provider.
- Must have good communication skills in oral and written English.
- Must be willing to be admitted to the eligible fields required for the scholarship, or the course must be related to the list of eligible courses.
- Must ensure to meet all the criteria entered for the chosen course which also includes the English Language requirements.
To apply for the scholarship, candidates must complete their application at the provided application portal system by the University of Oxford. to complete the application form students must provide the following information
- Personal Information
- Contact Details
- Extenuating Circumstances
- English Langauge Proficiency
As part of the application process the applicants must submit the following:
- Official Transcript of Records
- Statement of Purpose
- Research Proposal
- Written Work
- Other related documents
Ertegun Scholars are selected in an exceptionally serious process by an Ertegun Scholarships Selection Panel comprised of the Top of Oxford’s Humanities Division and one representative from every one of the qualified faculties, acting in consultation with the Leading body of Ertegun Overseers.
Shortlisted candidates will at first be distinguished by faculties, prior to being designated to the Selection Advisory group for its consideration. As a component of that underlying process, they will be evaluated by a Personnel representative (usually by means of videoconference or phone). The meeting will furnish them with a chance to develop the topics canvassed in their supporting statement.
The scholarship will be covering the full course fees and an annual living stipend amounting to up to 16,062 annually.
The deadline to complete and submit the application is until January 6, 2023.