50% Tuition Fees University of Oxford Saïd Business School 2022 MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership Scholarship for Women

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Scholarship details

  • Area of study

    All
  • Country of the Scholarship

    United Kingdom
  • Scholarship Valid Until (Year)

    2022
  • Type of scholarship

    Master's scholarship
  • Scholarship amount given

    > 12000
  • Type of scholarship administrator

    University
  • Mode of scholarship (Online/Offline)

    Offline
  • Applier's country

    All
  • Expenses covered

    All
  • Scholarship Contact Details

    Oxford OX1 2JD, United Kingdom

On each intake of the MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership, one scholarship worth 50% of the course expenses is available for an excellent female candidate. The goal of this scholarship is to promote deserving female applicants and encourage more women to take senior leadership positions in the healthcare industry.

 

About the Scholarship:

The University of Oxford is the world’s second-oldest surviving university and the oldest in the English-speaking world. While the exact date of its inception is unknown, there is evidence that instruction began in 1096. The university, which is located in and around Oxford’s medieval city center, has 44 colleges and halls, as well as over 100 libraries, making it the UK’s largest library system. There are approximately 22,000 students in total, with little over half being undergraduates and over 40% being international, representing 140 countries. Oxford, dubbed the “city of dreaming spires” by Victorian poet Matthew Arnold, has the youngest population of any English or Welsh city: about a quarter of its people are university students, giving Oxford a distinct bustle. Over 250,000 people have graduated from Oxford, including more than 120 Olympic medalists, 26 Nobel Laureates, seven poet laureates, and more than 30 modern world leaders (Bill Clinton, Aung San Suu Kyi, Indira Gandhi and 26 UK Prime Ministers, among them). The university has produced 11 Nobel Laureates in chemistry, five in physics, and 16 in medicine. Tim Berners-Lee, Stephen Hawking, and Richard Dawkins are among the notable Oxford intellectuals and scientists. Hugh Grant and Rosamund Pike, as well as Oscar Wilde, Graham Greene, Vikram Seth, and Philip Pullman, all attended Oxford. Emo of Friesland, Oxford’s first international student, enrolled in 1190, and the present institution prides itself on having a ‘international spirit,’ with connections to practically every country in the world and 40 percent of its professors drawn from outside. Oxford is a modern, research-driven university with many strengths, including being ranked number one in the world for medicine (its medical sciences division would be the fourth largest in the UK if it were a university in its own right) and being among the top ten universities in the world for life sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities. For the past 15 years, the University’s estate has grown at a rate of roughly 5% per year. Oxford has made enormous contributions to society not only locally, but also nationally and internationally, throughout the last eight decades. Oxford is around 60 miles north-west of London, and there are currently around 240 buildings spread across 13 locations in and around the city. There are over 24,000 students enrolled at Oxford, with 11,930 undergraduates and 11,813 postgraduates. The majority of Oxford’s undergraduate students come from public schools, while the institution offers 350 distinct graduate programs. Oxford is a world-class, modern, and research-driven institution that is ranked among the top six universities in the world in engineering, biological sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities. Oxford has a large alumni base, with over 350,000 alumni from nearly every country on the earth. The University of Oxford has been the preserve of the social elite for much of its existence. Despite the university’s efforts in recent years to rectify this, Oxford’s admissions policy has remained a source of popular outrage. Despite the University’s best attempts to attract working-class students, Oxbridge admittance remains a top priority for many private and selective-state schools, and the under-representation of comprehensive school students is a source of debate. The Radcliffe Camera, the Old Schools Quadrangle, the Clarendon Building, and the New Bodleian Building make up the major core location. The buildings are connected via a tunnel beneath Broad St. In Osney Mead, there are proposals to construct a new book depository and remodel the New Bodleian building to better showcase the library’s varied treasures (including a Shakespeare First Folio and a Gutenberg Bible) as well as temporary exhibitions. 

More than 70 departments, colleges, more than 1,800 academic employees, more than 5,500 research and research support staff, and more than 6,100 graduate research students are involved in Oxford’s research activity. Oxford has produced some noteworthy leaders over the last 800 years, including Albert Einstein, Tony Blair, Bill Clinton, and Hugh Grant, to mention a few. For the second year in a row, Oxford University has been placed first in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, and our groundbreaking research and innovation are at the heart of our success. It has had a huge impact on the world over the centuries, thanks to the university’s personnel, students, and alumni. In the most current assessment of research excellence in UK universities, Oxford came out on top, with 48 percent of its research being ranked world-class and another 39 percent being rated internationally excellent. Oxford’s four academic divisions, 38 self-governing colleges, and six permanent private halls employ around 11,700 undergraduates, 10,900 postgraduates, and around 13,000 employees. The university’s success is based on its collegiate system, which provides students and faculty with the benefits of belonging to both a large, internationally renowned institution and a small interdisciplinary academic community.

 

Scholarship Sponsor(s):  University of Oxford

Scholarship Country: United Kingdom

Scholarship Worth:  50% Tuition Fees

Study Level: Masters

Nationality: International Students

 

Scholarship Offer: 

It pays for half of the course fees.

 

Eligibility for Scholarship.

  • Applicants must meet the following requirements in order to be considered:
  • Female candidates are welcome to apply.
  • Academic excellence.
  • Professional accomplishment, particularly indications of leadership or aptitude for leadership.
  • A desire to inspire others and serve as a role model.
  • A willingness and eagerness to serve as a dedicated ambassador for the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences and Sad Business School both during and after the program.

 

Nationality

The University of Oxford Saïd Business School 2022 MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership Scholarship for Women is open to all International Female Students 

 

Application Procedure

Candidates must submit a comprehensive MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership application as well as a supporting statement (maximum 500 words) addressing how they satisfy the scholarship selection criteria in the Funding portion of the program application form.

 

Application Deadline

The application deadline for University of Oxford Saïd Business School 2022 MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership Scholarship for Women  is June 6, 2022. It should be worthy of note that the University of Oxford Saïd Business School 2022 MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership Scholarship for Women is renewable for each year.


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