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. Applicants of other colleges will need to be willing to migrate to St Anne’s, and have the written agreement of their college to do this, if offered a scholarship. Preference will be given to current St Anne’s students.
£6,628 (for the 2021/22 academic year).
Scholarships are awarded for one year with the possibility of renewal for a second year conditional upon recommendations from your supervisor and the organising tutor of the School in which you teach. For students holding a GDS for a first time in their third year of graduate study renewal will also depend on student status for the duration of the second year of the scholarship. Students holding a GDS for a first time in their fourth year of graduate study will not be entitled to hold the scholarship for a second year.
Current St Anne’s Research students will be sent an email during Hilary Term with details of the subjects requiring a GDS for the following academic year and a copy of the application form and guidance note.
Current graduate members of other Oxford colleges will be sent a call for applications by their department if we have a teaching need in that subject.
Graduate Development Scholars can be asked to:
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