Scholarships for DPhil students
Please refer to the main Scholarships & Awards page for general information about how to apply for GTC scholarships.
Scholarships are listed in order of closing date.
Charlie Perkins Scholarships
Deadline: Friday 5 October 2012 (for October 2013 entry)
Value: Full fees, travel costs and living expenses
Restrictions: Indigenous Australians only
NIHR Studentship: Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring
Deadline: DEADLINE EXTENDED 30 March 2013
Value: University and College fees, plus a stipend of £18,000
Restrictions: Home or EU students only
GTC-Wellcome Trust Doctoral Scholarship
Deadline: Friday 4 January 2013 (University Application Deadline 2)
Value: GTC will fund the difference between Home/EU fees and Overseas fees, for up to four years. All other expenses are covered by the Wellcome Trust
Restrictions: overseas students beginning a Doctoral programme at the Medical Sciences Doctoral Training Centre in October 2013
GTC-SBS DPhil Scholarship
Deadline: Friday 11 January 2013 (Application Deadline 2)
Value: Full fees and living expenses for 3 years, with possibility of stipend and payment of university continuation charge in year 4 if required
Restrictions: New DPhil students in Management Studies only (includes both Management Research and Financial Economics routes)
Clarendon Fund Partnership Award
Deadline: Friday 18 January 2013 (Application Deadline 2)
Value: £6,000 from College as part of Clarendon Award, for the duration of the award
Restrictions: New students applying to a Social Sciences Division programme only
GTC DPhil Scholarship
Deadline: Monday 4 February 2013.
Value: Full funding (University and College fees, plus living costs at the University's recommended level) for up to 3 years
Restrictions: Available to any student currently undertaking a taught Masters programme at Oxford University OR who completed a taught Masters at Oxford in academic year 2011/12, and planning to proceed to a DPhil in October 2013
Deadline: Friday 31 May 2013
Value: £5,000 for one year
Restrictions: Students from the United Kingdom, beginning a graduate degree programme in the Social Sciences Division in October 2013.