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Graduate Scholarships

Exeter College is pleased to be able to offer a number of scholarships for graduate study.

For candidates who are starting their degree in the 2021-22 academic year, Exeter College offers the scholarships listed below. Some of these may be held in conjunction with other scholarships or studentships, for example those awarded 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 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 regarding the award of a Graduate Scholarship can assume that, unfortunately, they have not been successful. However, many of our students are successfully awarded other scholarships, or fund their studies privately.

For details regarding Academic Grants for current students, see the Grants for Graduate Students page.


Amelia Jackson Senior Studentship

 

Who is eligible to apply?

Any person who is, or (for some awards) who 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. Note that the Amelia Jackson Senior Studentship does not cover the costs of Continuation Charges.

Closing date

The deadline for applications for 2021/2022 study has now passed. Applications for 2022/2023 study will open towards the end of 2021, and all current students will be notified when that happens.

Find out more

The Further Particulars and the Application Form will be available here when applications open again.


Exonian Graduate Scholarship

 

Who is eligible to apply?

The College seeks to elect up to one Exonian Graduate Scholar from among students who have been awarded a UK Research Council Studentship to study for a DPhil within a Department in the MPLS Division, and one Exonian Graduate Scholar from among students who have been awarded a UK Research Council Studentship to study for a DPhil within a Department in the Medical Sciences Division, at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2021-22.

Closing date

Apply by the University’s January 2021 deadline for your course.

Find out more

The Further Particulars for this scholarship can be accessed here, via this link.


Jardine Graduate Scholarship

 

Who is eligible to apply?

Students 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 2021-22.

Closing date

Apply by the University’s January 2021 deadline for your course.

Find out more

The Further Particulars for this scholarship can be accessed here, via this link.


Rivka Carmi Scholarship

 

Who is eligible to apply?

Graduates of Ben Gurion University who wish to study for a one-year Masters course at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2021-22.

Closing date

Apply by the University’s January 2021 deadline for your course.

Find out more

The Further Particulars for this scholarship can be accessed here, via this link.


Salve Scholarship

 

Who is eligible to apply?

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 2021-22.

Closing date

Apply by the University’s January 2021 deadline for the BCL course.

Find out more

The Further Particulars for this scholarship can be accessed here, via this link.


SKP Scholarship

 

Who is eligible to apply?

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 2021-22.

Closing date

Apply by the University’s January 2021 deadline for your course.

Find out more

The Further Particulars for this scholarship can be accessed here, via this link.


The Oxford-Exeter College Coltart and Bagby Scholarship in Anthropology

 

Who is eligible to apply?

Students who have an offer of admission to study for the DPhil in Anthropology at Oxford University, starting in the academic year 2021-22.

Closing date

Apply by the University’s January 2021 deadline for your course.

Noteyou cannot select Exeter College when applying for the DPhil in Anthropology at Oxford. (Except for the student who is made this award, the College does not normally accept students to read for higher degrees in Anthropology).  You should, when applying to Oxford, choose any available College, or choose to make an open application, as you wish.  Exeter College will work in conjunction with the School of Anthropology to identify all eligible candidates, regardless of the College to which they have been assigned.  

Find out more

Further details will follow in due course.


Usher Cunningham Scholarship in History

 

Who is eligible to apply?

Students who have an offer of admission to study for a DPhil degree in the Faculty of History at Oxford University.

Closing date

Apply by the University’s January 2021 deadline for your course.

Find out more

The Further Particulars for this scholarship can be accessed here, via this link.



For any questions on these scholarships, or graduate admissions more generally, please contact the Admissions Offficer; Dan Aldred on admissions@exeter.ox.ac.uk / +44 (0)1865 279668.