In this present era, most graduates don’t usually find it easy to push their education further after graduating from a traditional undergraduate school. This is mainly because, at this stage, they are most times independent and often have family and other issues to cater for, or probably job-hunting already so the thought of pushing further when there is low/no finances seems like a scary movie to them. But with the assistance of student grants and many other educational funding programs available today, many have been able to cross the bridge to the other side. Well, the Clarendon Funds at the University of Oxford is one of those many postgraduate scholarship programs that tends to help graduate students with good grades to move their education further beyond the undergraduate degree level.
The Clarendon Scholarship scheme is majorly for graduates. This scholarship which is being taken at the University of Oxford offers 140 student grants annually. These scholarships are given on the grounds of good academic performance of students on all degree subjects at graduate level.
This scholarship is taken at the University of Oxford, United kingdom. This scholarship is primarily meant to sponsor and fund PhD programs or Master’s degree program.
8th January 2018 for the session starting October 2018
To Be Taken At: The University of Oxford, UK.
Eligible Courses of Study
All graduate-level courses are covered by this scholarship. This includes full-time and part-time DPhil and Master’s courses.
Number of Scholarship Awards
About 140 scholarships are awarded annually to qualified students.
All international students at graduate level are eligible to apply for this scholarship offered by Clarendon Funds scholars.
This scholarship covers all qualified scholars throughout the period of their degree program.
Scholars receives allowances worth up to £14,553
- This scholarship will be given based on the academic performance of applicants in their previous school, and the potential/skills they possess.
- Candidates who are vying to study any DPhil or master’s course and apply by the January deadline will be considered eligible for this scholarship award.
How to Apply
If you apply for a DPhil or Master’s degree course at the Oxford University by the January scholarship deadline, you will be automatically nominated for a Clarendon scholarship.
There is no separate application for this scholarship funds. It doesn’t matter if you are going for a part-time course or full-time, what matters is your application for admission by the deadline fixed on January 2018. Failure to submit your application for admission to study a postgraduate course will result to you not being considered for this scholarship.
Kindly visit the scholarship official link for more details on how to apply http://www.clarendon.ox.ac.uk/