Humanities Division Studentships

Fully-Funded Studentships in partnership with University Departments, Faculties and Divisions (including the Oxford-Swire studentship scheme):

Clarendon Award (Humanities Division)

University College contributes each year College-linked awards to the Clarendon Fund competition. For entry in October 2017, there will be one University College-Clarendon Studentship in any of the courses for which the College admits in the Humanities Division. Award-holders will receive a fully-funded studentship. All nationalities are eligible for Clarendon Awards. For further details of the scheme and of the application procedure please consult the Clarendon Fund website.

University College-Senior-AHRC (Humanities Division)

Open to outstanding students who apply for DPhil entry to any of the courses for which the College admits in the Humanities Division, and who are eligible for award of an AHRC studentship. The studentship will be awarded as part of the Humanities Division's annual AHRC studentship competition.

2 Oxford-Swire Studentships in History (Faculty of History)

Two fully-funded studentships are available for entry in October 2017.
One is for 3 years’ funding in partnership with the History Faculty; open to outstanding students who apply for DPhil entry to the Faculty of History.
The second studentship provides 1 year’s funding in partnership with the History Faculty; open to outstanding students who apply for entry to one of the 1-year Master’s courses for which Univ admits that are offered by the Faculty of History.

Both studentships will be awarded as part of the Faculty of History’s annual studentship competition and will cover living costs and all fees. Note:  Home/EU applicants are eligible for consideration for either award, and overseas applicants are eligible for the MSt award. In the event that funds allow the DPhil studentship may also be awarded to an exceptional overseas candidate. Deadline for online applications is noon on 20 January 2017.

Oxford-Anderson Studentship in History (Faculty of History)

A fully-funded MSt studentship is available for entry in October 2017, open to an outstanding Home/EU student who applies for entry to one of the 1-year Master’s courses for which Univ admits that are offered by the Faculty of History. No separate application to the College is required, as the studentship will be awarded as part of the Faculty of History’s annual studentship competition. It will cover living costs and all fees. Deadline for online applications is noon on 20 January 2017.

K.K.Leys Studentship in History (Faculty of History)

A fully-funded MSt studentship is available for entry in October 2017, open to an outstanding Home/EU student who applies for entry to one of the 1-year Master's courses for which Univ admits that are offered by the Faculty of History. No separate application to the College is required, as the studentship will be awarded as part of the Faculty of History's annual studentship competition. It will cover living costs and all fees. Deadline for online applications is noon on 20 January 2017.

Oxford-RAI-Urquart Studentship (American Politics or American History)

A fully-funded DPhil studentship is available for entry in October 2017, open to an outstanding student who applies for entry to undertake a DPhil in either the area of American Politics (in the Department of Politics and International Relations, Social Sciences Division) or in the area of American History (in the Faculty of History, Humanities Division). In the event of equal academic excellence, American Politics will be preferred. No separate application to the College is required, as the studentship will be awarded as part of the relevant department's annual studentship competition. It will cover living costs and all fees. Deadlines for online applications are noon on 6 January 2017 (for Politics) and noon on 20 January 2017 (for History).

Oxford-RAI Studentship (American Politics or American History)

A fully-funded DPhil studentship is available for entry in October 2017, open to an outstanding student who applies for entry to undertake a DPhil in either the area of American Politics (in the Department of Politics and International Relations, Social Sciences Division) or in the area of American History (in the Faculty of History, Humanities Division). No separate application to the College is required, as the studentship will be awarded as part of the relevant department's annual studentship competition. It will cover living costs and all fees. Deadlines for online applications are noon on 6 January 2017 (for Politics) and noon on 20 January 2017 (for History).