Additional Partial-Funding Awards

In addition to the fully-funded awards University College will also consider all applicants to whom it has offered a college place (or in the case of the Brian Keelan Scholarship students will need to migrate to Univ if not already in receipt of an offer or place at Univ) for the following partial-funding Univ-specific graduate scholarships. Note that these are also to be awarded on a competitive basis to academically outstanding candidates. Students currently reading for the MPhil, BPhil, MSc or MSt in Oxford and applying to begin a doctorate are also eligible for the scholarships. Candidates must apply to the University by the relevant January or March application deadlines (subject to University Admitting Body [UAB] restrictions) in the normal way. Other than for the Brian Keelan Scholarship, there is no separate application procedure for these awards.
 

Brian Keelan Scholarship

In memory of Brian Keelan who studied PPE at University College and restricted to applicants from China. Preference is given to mainland Chinese students studying in the Humanities especially in the areas of philosophy, history, theology, classics, English literature, Byzantine studies and Medieval studies. The award is for up to £18,000 plus the College fee and is made by the China Oxford Scholarship Fund in association with University College.

Loughman Scholarship

Duration: Up to three years
Value: Up to £4,000 p.a.
Eligibility: Open to graduates who have been offered a place at University College, who are outstanding in their academic field and who, in addition, can demonstrate that they will make significant contributions to College life through the quality of their extra-academic pursuits (sports, arts, community service, etc.).

Chellgren Scholarship

Duration: Up to three years
Value: Up to £4,000 p.a.
Eligibility: Any graduate degree, but with a preference for Economics.

Bartlett Scholarship

Duration: Up to three years
Value: Up to £2,500 p.a.
Eligibility: Open to graduates who have been offered a place at University College. Any subject; applicants must have the intention to read for the DPhil. North American preference.