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Applicant are invited to apply for the Clarendon Oxford University Scholarship 2024. This is a fully-funded UK Scholarship program for international students. The Oxford University scholarship is open to undertaking a Master’s or DPhil course. There is no separate application required for the scholarship 2024.
Our scholarships are open to all subject areas and to all candidates who apply for a new Master's or DPhil course by the December or January admissions deadline, whichever is relevant to your course.
Clarendon offers a competitive scholarship package for part-time students undertaking a range of courses.
As the oldest university in the English-speaking world, Oxford is a unique and historic institution. There is no clear date of foundation, but teaching existed at Oxford in some form in 1096 and developed rapidly from 1167, when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris.
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Clarendon scholarships cover course fees in full. This applies to Home and Overseas fee status students.
Scholars on a part-time course will receive a study support grant, to assist with non-fee costs. Study support grants vary -- they may be a sixth, a third or half of the UKRI doctoral stipend rate. The amount of the grant is influenced by the nature and/or duration of the course. A scholar's offer letter will provide details of the study support grant.
The study support grant may be slightly reduced where course fees cover some other study costs, for example, accommodation while on a period of residential study. We liaise with academic departments to determine the value of the study support grant in these cases.
Clarendon scholarships are normally offered for the period of fee liability, with the exception of modular fee structure courses (see below). This is the period for which you are liable to pay for course fees to the University. The fee liability page explains this in full, and also gives information about charges that may be applied after this period, known as continuation charges, which are not covered by the Clarendon Fund.
For part-time courses with a modular fee structure, where the course does not have a fixed number of terms of fee liability, the scholarship will cover those academic fees which are compulsory for your course of study. Depending on the course structure these may include:
a) An Annual Award Fee - this will be paid for a maximum of two years.
b) A Registration Fee - this will be paid in full.
c) A Dissertation Fee - this will be paid in full.
d) Module Fees - your scholarship will pay for the minimum number of modules required to complete your course, but will not pay for any additional modules which you take voluntarily.
In the event of any other compulsory academic fees, we will liaise with your academic department to determine if they should be funded by your scholarship.
Clarendon supports scholars from across the University, with no restrictions on subject area.
Candidates applying to start a new part-time Master's or DPhil course at Oxford are eligible. This includes students who are currently studying for a Master's degree at Oxford but who will be re-applying for a DPhil (you would be eligible for funding for the DPhil).
Applicants who hold a deferred graduate offer are not eligible to be considered for this scholarship.
Current students who will continue to study for the same degree at Oxford in the next year are not eligible for this scholarship.
When selecting Clarendon scholars, the University has only one goal in mind: to choose the best students worldwide, as decided by experts in each student’s field.
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS
Graduate application deadline
By applying for graduate study you will automatically be considered for a Clarendon scholarship. You do not need to submit any additional documents and there are no separate scholarship application forms for Clarendon. You must apply by the December or January admissions deadline, whichever is relevant to your course in order to be considered. Deadline information is available on the course pages.
For more details visit: University of Oxford website.