Exeter House

Graduate Scholarships Available for Entry in 2017-18

Exeter College is able to offer several scholarships for graduate study.  Many other students at the College are successful in being awarded Scholarships to study at the College from other sources.

For candidates who are starting their degree in the 2017–18 academic year, Exeter College intends to award the scholarships listed below.  Some of these may be held in conjunction with other scholarships or studentships, for example those made by the University of Oxford (e.g. Clarendon Scholarships), or by the UK Research Councils.

Unless otherwise stated in the further particulars of a scholarship, we will consider all eligible applicants to Oxford for our college scholarships, regardless of whether or not you state Exeter College as your preferred college on your graduate application form. If we offer you an Exeter College scholarship we will also offer you a place at Exeter College, which will take the place of any earlier college offer you may have. Therefore, unless otherwise stated there is no separate application process for these scholarships; you simply need to apply for your graduate course by the relevant January deadline.

Candidates who are not contacted by Exeter College about the award of a Graduate Scholarship can assume that, unfortunately, they have not been successful.

Scholarship Name Eligibility Summary Closing date
SKP Scholarship Students who are normally resident in India, have an undergraduate degree from an institution in India and who have an offer of admission to study for a DPhil at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18.  Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.
Bornhauser Scholarship

DPhil student in American Literature within the Faculty of English Language and Literature at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18. 

Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.
Salve Scholarship Students who are normally resident in India  who have an offer of admission to study for the BCL in Law at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18 Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for the BCL course.
Exonian Graduate Scholarship

The College seeks to elect up to two Exonian Graduate Scholars from among students who have been awarded a UK Research Council Studentship to study for a DPhil at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017–18. 

Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.
Usher Cunningham Students who have an offer of admission to study for a DPhil within the Faculty of History starting 2017-18, who are graduates of an Irish University and normally resident in Ireland for three of the five years before October 2017.  Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.
Marilyn Butler Scholarship Students who have an offer of admission to study for the MSt in English 1700-1830 at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18. Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for the MSt in English
Rivka Carmi Scholarship Graduates of Ben Gurion University who wish to study for a 1 year Masters course at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18. Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.

Jonathan Wordsworth Scholarship
 

Students who have an offer of admission to study for a M St student in the Faculty of English at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18. 

Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.
Santander Scholarship Students who are normally resident in one of the 22 Santander countries and who have an offer of admission to Oxford University to read for a D Phil, starting in the academic year 2017-18.  Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.
Mary Frances Cairncross Scholarship Students who are from economically-disadvantaged countries (see further particulars) who has not previously studied outside their home country, who have an offer of admission to study for a graduate degree at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18. Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.
Kufuor Scholarship

Students who are normally resident in Ghana  who have an offer of admission to study for a D.Phil at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18

Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.
Jardine Graduate Scholarship Student in any subject resident in Cambodia, mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand or Vietnam who have an offer of admission to study for a graduate degree at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18. Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course.
Amelia Jackson Studentship Any person who is, or has been, a student member of Exeter College, Oxford, and who, by the time of taking up a studentship, shall have successfully completed a degree of the University, or who is currently studying for a postgraduate degree of the University. The Amelia Jackson Studentship is not available to students who will be beyond their fee liability in 2017–18 and consequently does not cover the costs of continuation charges. Further particulars are available via the link on the left, and an application form is available here. Deadline for applications is 12 noon, Monday 3rd April 2017
Peter Thompson Scholarship Students who have an offer of admission to study for any postgraduate course at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2017-18 Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for your course