Blavatnik School of Government Fully-Funded Doctoral Scholarships 2021 for International Students, UK

University of Oxford


Deadline:

January 08, 2021


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DPHIL FEES AND FUNDING

 
 

Undertaking the DPhil can be a significant financial commitment; you will need to budget for the course fee and living expenses.

Many candidates who are offered a place will require some form of outside financial assistance. We are committed to ensuring that the financial burden of undertaking the DPhil does not discourage the brightest and best applicants from applying to our programmes. We also expect all applicants in need of financial assistance to start exploring all funding opportunities available to them as early as possible.

You will find a range of funding opportunities below, but we encourage you to be creative in your search for funding.

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FEES

 

There are two types of expense to budget for when calculating the cost of graduate study - the course fee and living costs.

COURSE FEE

ANNUAL FEES FOR ENTRY IN 2021/22
FULL-TIME STUDY
Fee status Annual course fee
Home (UK, ROI, Channel Islands and Isle of Man) £24,450
Overseas (including EU) £24,450
PART-TIME STUDY
Fee status Annual course fee
Home (UK, ROI, Channel Islands and Isle of Man) £12,223
Overseas (including EU) £12,223

Further details on the course fee can be found on the Graduate Admissions pages under 'Funding and Costs'. Course fees cover your teaching, and other academic services and facilities provided to support your studies. They do not cover your accommodation or other living costs (see living costs below). You may have seen separate figures in the past for tuition fees and college fees. We have now combined these into a single figure.

LIVING COSTS

The estimated living costs for a graduate student at Oxford can be found on the University living costs pages.

FUNDING

 

We expect all applicants in need of financial aid to explore all funding opportunities available to them, including through their own governments, private sponsorship, and scholarship or bursary opportunities. You should investigate all possible funding routes available to you as early as possible. In fact, some scholarship schemes have deadlines before the DPhil application deadline, so make sure you check.

FUNDING FROM THE UNIVERSITY

Many of our students have been successful in receiving University Scholarships such as Clarendon awards. You will automatically be considered for the majority of University scholarships for which you are eligible.

EXTERNAL FUNDING

There are many different external scholarship or funding schemes available to students, with a diverse variety of eligibility requirements. We are proud to say that a significant number of our students have been successful in applying to some form of external scholarship or financial award.

Below you will find a list of resources that will help you navigate your fundraising journey. In addition, the Blavatnik School blog features some posts and experiences that might help or inspire your search for the right financial support.

For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.



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Publish Date
November 30, 2020
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