The Humanities Division of the University of Oxford is committed to increasing the portfolio of studentships available to all students to attract the best, irrespective of background or ability to pay. The underrepresentation of UK-BAME (Black and Minority Ethnic) students suggests that more can be done to increase opportunities for students from these backgrounds to pursue a postgraduate degree in the Humanities.
These new studentships, made available by the Humanities Division in association with colleges, will offer financial support to talented UK students from a BAME background. Students must be pursuing a Master’s degree (MSt, MSc, MPhil or BPhil) in the Humanities. For 2019-20, three studentships will be available, and the first cohort of successful students will take up a place at St Cross College. Other collegiate associations will follow in subsequent years.
Terms and conditions
The studentships cover all tuition fees and provide a grant for living expenses at UK Research Council rates (£14,777). Awards are made for the full duration of the period of fee liability for the agreed course and for 2019 entrants are tenable only at St Cross College.
How to apply
Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission to a Master’s degree in the Humanities by the 11 January 2019 application deadline.
No separate application is required to be considered for this award. All eligible applicants will be considered automatically.
Queries relating to these studentships may be addressed to the Humanities Graduate Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)