Hosted at the University of Oxford, the Clarendon Fund is a key graduate scheme which offers around 140 new scholarships every year. This grant for school is awarded on the basis of academic achievement and potential in all degree-bearing subjects at the graduate level at the university.
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Level of study:
Any degree-bearing course in any subject at the graduate level is eligible. It covers all full-time and part-time masters’ and DPhil courses. For a full list of all the graduate courses offered by the university, visit the courses page.
Diploma courses and postgraduate certificate are however not eligible for this scholarship
The number of awards:
Approx 140 scholarships are available each year
The scholarship is open to applicants from all countries
The scholarship covers full tuition and college fees. £15,009 will be given to candidates who are on a full-time course for 2019-2020 which would cover for living costs. Candidates who are on a part-time course will get a study support grant to help assist with non-free costs. For the 2019-2020 session, the part-time DPhil scholars will get a grant of £2,502 while the part-time Master’s scholars would get £5,003.
This grant for school is awarded on a basis of impressive academic merit and potential. The scholarship is applicable in all subject areas and are available to candidates who intend to apply for Masters or DPhil course by January admission deadline.
Students who apply for full or part-time master’s or DPhil at the university before the January deadline will automatically be considered for the scholarship. Students do not need to submit a separate scholarship form.
To find out more about the scholarship, visit the official scholarship website