Available Awards

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For graduate applicants:

For the following awards there is no separate application process. Graduate applicants should apply through the University for their graduate course in the normal way and will automatically be considered if eligible.

If you are awarded one of our scholarships and you have already been offered a place at another college you will be required to move your application to St Anne’s in order to take up the award.

Please note that some of these scholarships will not be available to award every year.

College Only Awards

Eligibility

Amount

Duration

St Anne’s Ethics Scholarship
Offered a place on the BPhil or DPhil in Philosophy
£3,200 per academic year
One year in the first instance. Renewed for a further year if progress is satisfactory
St Anne’s OCCT Scholarship
Offered a place on the MSt in Comparative Literature and Critical Translation
Full fees plus £13,000pa living expenses
One year only
Allen & Nesta Ferguson Scholarship
Offered a place on one of the four MSc courses by the School of Geography and Environment
£15,500 for the academic year
One year only
Archer Medical
Offered a place for Clinical Medicine or Graduate-Entry Medicine
£850
One year only
St Anne’s Centenary Award
St Anne’s students who continue with us as full-time students registered for a postgraduate degree
Centenary Scholarship of £1,000 to those who obtained a first or distinction. Otherwise, a Centenary Bursary of £500 is awarded
One year only

Joint College and Departmental Awards

St Anne’s Ioma Evans-Pritchard Scholarship in the Social Anthropology of Africa
Accepted to undertake doctoral research in the social anthropology of Africa
Full fees and living expenses each academic year

Up to three years.
Not available for 2020/21

St Anne’s Medieval and Modern Languages Scholarship

Offered a place on the DPhil Medieval and Modern Languages

Full fees and living expenses each academic year

Up to three years.
Not available for 2020/21

Research Council – College Partnership awards

In addition to the above, St Anne’s also makes a significant contribution to a number of Research Council – College Partnership awards.  For example, we currently support students on the following programmes: Synthesis for Biology and Medicine (EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training), Environmental Research (NERC DTP) and Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling (Centre for Doctoral Training).
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For graduate students:

Eligible graduate members of St Anne’s who are doctoral students will receive an email from the Tutor for Graduates in Hilary Term inviting applications for college scholarships.

Eligibility

Amount

Duration

St Anne’s Graduate Development Scholarship

Current graduate members of St Anne’s who are doctoral students going into their second, third or fourth year of graduate study in Michaelmas Term of the first year they hold the scholarship. Graduate Entry medics in their third or fourth year, and any Clinical medics in years four to six of A100 Medicine.

Current graduate members of any Oxford college who are doctoral students going into their second, third or fourth year of graduate study in Michaelmas Term of the first year they hold the scholarship.

£6,185 for the 2019-20 academic year

One year in the first instance. Renewed for a further year (unless started in year 4) if progress is satisfactory

St Anne’s Research Scholarship
Current St Anne’s doctoral student
£3,236 for the 2019-20 academic year
Up to three years depending on which year of your programme you are in when you start the scholarship.
St Anne’s Domus Scholarship
Current St Anne’s doctoral student
£500 for the academic year
One year only