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Scholarships
The College has a range of graduate scholarships available in a variety of subjects.

This page outlines the conditions and availability of individual scholarships, and is kept up to date on a continual basis. Please bookmark it and check back regularly for any new vacancies.

  • Cyril and Phillis Long Scholarships (annual rotation by Division)
    Number available: Two annually 
    Availability: Available for 2019 entry
    •  One in any subject offered by the Mathematics, Physical & Life Sciences Division
    •  One in any subject offered by the Humanities Division
    Eligibility: Home/EU/Overseas applicants for a DPhil in any subject offered by the relevant divisions.
    Value: Combined course fee plus maintenance stipend
    Duration: Three years
    How to apply: All applications in advance of the January deadline will automatically be considered by the panel.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College in conjunction with
    •  the University’s Clarendon Fund (MPLS 2019)
    •  the Arts and Humanities Research Council (Humanities 2019)
  • Jardine Graduate Scholarships (any subject)
    Number available: Multiple annually
    Availability: Available for 2019 entry
    Eligibility: Candidates who have been a national of or resident of Southeast Asia countries and territories (with preference to applicants from Cambodia, mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam) for a period of at least 7 years, and are within the early stages of their career at the time of application.
    Value:
    • combined course fees payable directly to the University and College
    • an annual stipend to cover board and lodging and all other incidental expenses (the stipend will be payable in three instalments each year, the first instalment being larger to cover initial costs)
    • the cost of the UK Immigration Health Surcharge
    • one standard economy class airfare to be reimbursed at cost to the Scholar from the place of residence to the United Kingdom at the beginning of the Scholarship and for the return journey to the place of residence on completion of the Scholarship period.
    Duration: Periods of up to four years
    How to apply: Candidates are required to email a completed application form along with all other supporting documentation as outlined in the application guidance to Dr Leen Van Broeck, the Admissions Administrator, to arrive no later than 12 pm (midday) UK time on Wednesday 13 March.
    Awarded by: The Jardine Foundation
  • Hastings Senior Scholarship (any subject)
    Number available: One
    Availability: Not available for 2019 entry
    Eligibility:   Those who have passed with First Class Honours all the examinations for the Bachelor’s Degree at the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield, Hull, York, or Bradford.
    Value: Contribution of c. £3,000 to the combined course fee
    Duration: One year. Re-election for a further year is possible. Only in exceptional circumstances may the scholarship be renewed for a third year.
    How to apply: Candidates are required to send a CV and covering letter outlining how they propose to fund their studies at Oxford to Dr Leen Van Broeck, the Admissions Administrator, by the application deadline of 1 April.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College
  • Firth Senior Scholarship (any subject)
    Number available: One
    Availability: Not available for 2019 entry
    Eligibility:   Those who by 1 October of the academic year following their election shall have passed all the examinations required for the degree of Bachelor of Arts (or four-year undergraduate courses leading to a Master degree) and exceeded the ninth term from matriculation.
    Value: Contribution of c. £3,000 to the combined course fee
    Duration: One year. Re-election for a maximum of a further two years is possible, subject to the satisfactory academic progress of the scholarship holder and Governing Body approval.
    How to apply: Candidates are required to send a CV and covering letter outlining how they propose to fund their studies at Oxford to Dr Leen Van Broeck, the Admissions Administrator, by the application deadline of 1 April.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College
  • Wendell Herbruck Scholarship (any subject)
    Number available: One
    Availability: Not available for 2019 entry
    Eligibility:   Residents of the state of Ohio or, failing that, of some other of the United States of America, who have at least a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree at an accredited American college.
    Value: Contribution of c. £3,000 to the combined course fee
    Duration: One year. Re-election for a maximum of a further two years is possible, subject to the satisfactory academic progress of the scholarship holder and Governing Body approval.
    How to apply: Candidates are required to send a CV and covering letter outlining how they propose to fund their studies at Oxford to Dr Leen Van Broeck, the Admissions Administrator, by the application deadline of 1 April.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College
  • The John P Clay Graduate Scholarship in Manuscript and Text Cultures: Sanskrit
    Number: One post-holder in place at a time
    Availability: Not available for 2019 entry
    Eligibility:   Prospective students who have applied for, or current students enrolled on, the DPhil in Oriental Studies with a research focus on Manuscript and Text Cultures with a special focus on Sanskrit (including all areas, historical periods, and aspects of this field).
    Value: Combined course fee plus maintenance stipend
    Duration: Three years
    How to apply: Prospective applicants will be automatically considered as long as they apply for the DPhil by the January deadline.
    On-course students applying for this scholarship should submit a separate application to the Faculty of Oriental Studies’ Graduate Admissions Administrator.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College
  • The Barns Studentship in Egyptology
    Number available: One post-holder in place at a time
    Availability: Not available for 2019 entry
    Eligibility:   Candidates who are about to start or are already undertaking postgraduate research degree in Egyptology at Oxford. Candidates, by the time of appointment, must have passed all examinations required for the degree of Bachelor of Arts and will be required to become members of the College (if not already such).
    Value: Combined course fee plus maintenance stipend
    Duration: One year. If awarded to a student starting a degree, re-election for a maximum of two further years is possible, subject to the satisfactory academic progress of the studentship holder and Governing Body approval.
    How to apply: Candidates are required to send a CV, a research statement of c. 2,000 words, and a covering letter to Dr Leen Van Broeck, the Admissions Administrator, by the application deadline of 1 February.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College
  • The Ewald Scholarship in Law
    Number available: One annually
    Availability: Available for 2019 entry
    Eligibility:   Home/EU/Overseas applicants for the BCL or MJur
    Value: £14,000
    How to apply: All applications in advance of the University's January deadline will automatically be considered by the panel.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College in conjunction with the Law Faculty
  • The Honoré Scholarship in Law
    Number available: One annually
    Availability: Available for 2019 entry
    Eligibility:   Home/EU/Overseas applicants for the BCL or MJur
    Value: £14,000
    How to apply: All applications in advance of the University's January deadline will automatically be considered by the panel.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College
  • The Neda Agha-Soltan Scholarship in Philosophy
    Number available: One post-holder in place at a time
    Availability: TBC
    Eligibility:   Home/EU/Overseas applicants in any graduate programme offered by the Faculty of Philosophy, with preference given - in cases of equal merit - to Iranian nationals.
    Value: Contribution to the combined course fee of no less than c. £3,000
      One year. Re-election for a maximum of a further two years is possible, subject to the satisfactory academic progress of the scholarship holder and Governing Body approval.
    How to apply: All applications in advance of the January deadline will automatically be considered by the panel.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College
  • George Oakes Scholarship in American studies
    Number available: One
    Availability: Not available for 2019 entry
    Eligibility:   Citizens of the United Kingdom who by 1 October of the academic year following their election shall have passed all the examinations for a Bachelor’s Degree at a University in the United Kingdom and shall not have exceeded two years from graduation, and who are studying for a graduate degree in the culture, history, politics, political science, sociology, literature, or art of the United States.
    Value: Contribution of c. £3,000 to the combined course fee
    Duration: One year. Re-election for a maximum of a further two years is possible, subject to the satisfactory academic progress of the scholarship holder and Governing Body approval.
    How to apply: Candidates are required to send a CV and covering letter outlining how they propose to fund their studies at Oxford to Dr Leen Van Broeck, the Admissions Administrator, by the application deadline of 1 April.
    Awarded by: The Queen’s College
    Further information: The scholarship may be tenable during a year’s absence at an American university, which the scholar shall be encouraged to arrange, with due permission of the relevant University authority at Oxford.