Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Doctoral Scholarships available for 2018 At University of Oxford


Brief Description: The Department of Social Policy and Intervention at Oxford of University is pleased to offer doctoral scholarships for 2018. These scholarships are open for students wishing to pursue doctoral – PhD – studies in an international and interdisciplinary center of excellence in social policy as well as social intervention and evaluation research. The Department of Social Policy and Intervention is a multidisciplinary centre of excellence for research and teaching in social policy and the development and systematic evaluation of social interventions.

Application Deadline: January 19, 2018

Country of Study: Oxford University UK

Level Of Study: To Pursue doctoral programme.

Courses Available: Scholarship Awarded base on PhD course Offered by the university

Countries Eligible to Apply: Citizens of All Nationalities is Eligible

Benefits of the Scholarship: The benefit varies base on the course

Further Criteria to be Eligible:
  • Barnett Scholarship: The scholarship is open to all students applying for a DPhil (both new students and those already in the department studying for an MSc or MPhil), and is awarded on the basis of academic merit, assessed on both the academic track record and potential.
  • Centenary Scholarship: The scholarship is open to all students applying for a DPhil (both new students and those already in the department studying an MSc or MPhil), and is awarded on the basis of academic merit, assessed on both the academic track record and potential.
  • Barnett House-Nuffield Joint Scholarship: The scholarship is open to Social Policy students only, who are applying for a DPhil (both new students and those already in the department studying for an MSc or MPhil. If there is, however, a very strong applicant for the MPhil wishing to proceed to the DPhil upon completion of the MPhil, we would be happy to consider them too). It is awarded on the basis of academic merit, assessed on both the academic track record and potential.
    English Language Requirements: Students whose first language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in English by submitting satisfactory scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).

Instruction on How to Apply
Supporting documents: Key Topics
  • Statement of purpose and research proposal
  • Official transcript
  • Written work
  • Portfolio
  • English language test score certificate
  • References


Interested Candidate Should Apply through the Scholarship link


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