The Clarendon Fund Scholarships for masters and doctorates at the University of Oxford attract students without restrictions by nationality or country of habitual residence. Clarendon scholars come from all over the world: from the United States to Australia, from Venezuela to Vietnam, and from Norway to Nigeria.
By applying for postgraduate study, you will automatically be considered for a Clarendon scholarship. You do not need to submit any documents and there are no separate scholarship application forms for Clarendon. You must apply by the December or January admissions deadline, whichever corresponds to your course of interest.
LENGTH OF SCHOLARSHIP
Clarendon Scholarships are normally offered for the full period of payment of dues.
This is the period for which you are required to pay the course fees to the University.
The fee payment page (https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/fees-and-financing/fees-and-other-charges/fee-responsibility) explains this fully and also provides information about charges that may apply after this period, known as continuation charges (see https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduates/fees-and-funding/fees-and-other-charges/charges -continued), which are not covered by the Clarendon Fund.
In some cases, the academic division (https://www.ox.ac.uk/research/divisions?wssl=1) has the discretion to extend your scholarship to cover an additional period of study where the course is known to be time consuming additional. The extension period applies only to support expenses and not to continuation charges. Fellows will be notified in their offer letter if a funding extension is provided.
LEVEL OF STUDY
All full-time Master’s and PhD courses are eligible, provided you have applied by the relevant January deadline for your course.
A list of all postgraduate courses offered by the University of Oxford can be found on the courses page.
For information for applicants for part-time studies (https://www.ox.ac.uk/clarendon/information-for-applicants/part-time), see our dedicated page.
SUBJECT AREAS OF STUDY
Clarendon Scholarships are open to all subject areas and to all candidates applying for a new Masters or PhD course before the December or January admissions deadline, whichever is relevant to your course.
It is fully understood that Clarendon Scholarships supports academics from across the University, without restriction on subject area.
OTHER IMPORTANT CRITERIA
Candidates applying to start a new Diploma or Masters course at Oxford are eligible. This includes students who are currently pursuing a master’s degree at Oxford, but will be reapplying for a DP or applying for a second master’s course.
DEFERRED OFFERS OR CURRENT STUDENTS
Applicants who have a deferred graduate offer are not eligible to be considered for this scholarship.
Current students who will continue studying for the same degree at Oxford next year are not eligible for this scholarship.
What benefits do the Clarendon Fund Scholarships offer for masters and doctorates at the University of Oxford?
1. Clarendon Scholarships cover course fees in full. This applies to students who are in the country and abroad.
1.1. Scholars on a full-time course will receive an annual living expenses grant of at least the Research Council minimum doctoral stipend rate, which is normally enough to cover the living expenses of a single student living in Oxford.
1.2. For the 2021-22 term, expect to receive at least £15,609 scholarship support.
Countries that can apply for this scholarship program
- United Kingdom
- United States
- Asian countries
- African countries
Opening of the grant: November 29, 2021
Deadline to apply: January 28, 2022. This deadline is approximate. Precise information on the different deadlines is available on the academic course pages to be consulted at: https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/courses
Another scholarship to consider applying for is the $1,200AECID scholarships for musical training in 2022. This scholarship is for talented young musicians at the Reina Sofía School of Music, in Spain.
$1,200 AECID Scholarships For Musical Training
The MAEC – AECID scholarships for musical training are part of the Excellence Scholarships program at the Reina Sofía School of Music (Academic Program of MUSIC).
The granting of scholarships to young talents in the piano, violin, viola, cello, double bass, oboe, horn, trumpet, clarinet, bassoon, flute or singing careers, so that they can follow an excellent and internationally competitive training at the Higher School de Música Reina Sofía (hereinafter, newly awarded scholarships).
The Reina Sofía School of Music (ESMRS) is a highly professional training center aimed at talented young musicians that since its creation in 1991 has been providing an elite education with great teachers and outstanding artists within the music scene. international.
In accordance with the relevant role that Spanish Cooperation grants to Education and Culture as instruments for Development, this program aims to open the doors of this center of excellence to young talents from the countries included in the bilateral strategies of the V Plan Director of Spanish Cooperation.
NEW GRANT SCHOLARSHIPS DURATION: from September 1, 2022 to June 30, 2025.
The renewal of scholarships obtained under the Scholarship Program for musical training of excellence at the Reina Sofía School of Music (ESMRS) (MUSIC Program), academic year 2021-2022, hereinafter, renewal scholarships.
From September 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023 for those students who started their scholarship on September 1, 2020.
From September 1, 2022 to June 30, 2024 for those students who started their scholarship on September 1, 2021.
What benefits do the MAEC – AECID Scholarships for musical training offer?
1. For newly awarded scholarships: A monthly payment of €2,400 that will be paid once the beneficiary begins their training at the Reina Sofía School of Music in the 2022/2023 academic year and has joined their studies in Spain in person.
1.1. Other monthly payments: €1,000.
1.2. The monthly payments will be paid in accordance with what is indicated in call
2. For renewal grants: The monthly payment will be €1,000.
2.1. The monthly payments will be paid in accordance with what is indicated in call
3. Health care insurance in Spain and accident insurance, as established in Base 6.
a. The AECID may sign a collaboration agreement with the Albéniz Foundation for the management and distribution of the aid granted, setting the beneficiaries, amount, method of payment and permitted management expenses in the corresponding annex.
What are the key dates?
Application submission period (new and renewal): from March 28 to April 8, 2022.
Who do I ask about this scholarship?
Reina Sofía School of Music
Address: C. de Requena, 1, 28013 Madrid, Spain
Telephone: +34 915 23 04 19