Funding Opportunities for Graduate Study

Scholarships and Funding Available for 2020-21 Entry

We are pleased to announce the following funding opportunities available to applicants for graduate programmes in the Faculty of Medieval & Modern Languages. All applications received by the January admissions deadline (Friday 10 January 2020) are automatically considered for a number of funding opportunities, including those detailed below. Further details on the application process can be found on our How to Apply page. For any queries or advice on the application and funding process, please contact the Graduate Studies Office at graduate.studies@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk.
 

Funding Opportunities for PGT Applicants

  • Lidl Graduate Scholarship for an applicant for the MSt in Modern Languages (German); full fees at Home/EU or Overseas rates, and Research Council equivalent maintenance grant. 
  • Bosch Scholarship for an applicant for the 1+1 MBA with the MSt in Modern Languages (German); full fees at Home/EU or Overseas rates for both the MSt and MBA programmes, and Research Council equivalent maintenance grant.
  • Reynolds Scholarship with New College for an applicant for the MSt in Modern Languages; full fees at Home/EU rates and Research Council equivalent maintenance grant.

 

Funding Opportunities for PGR Applicants

  • Katritzsky Foundation Studentship for an applicant for a DPhil in Medieval & Modern Languages (German); full fees at Home/EU rates and Research Council equivalent maintenance grant, to be held at St Catherine’s College. This award is open to specific research themes only: literary history, art history, history of ideas, history of aesthetics; and addressing one of the following topics: Anglo-German cultural transfer in the late-Eighteenth and/or Romantic periods (e.g. transfer and productive reception of literary and scientific culture); Literature and Science (e.g. electricity, chemistry and literary innovation); Romanticism and its reception of Enlightenment ideas; Writers and scholars (e.g. Georg Christoph Lichtenberg) as scientific and cultural intermediaries). 
  • Zaharoff & Jesus College Studentship for an applicant for a DPhil in Medieval & Modern Languages (French); full fees at Home/EU rates and Research Council equivalent maintenance grant, to be held at Jesus College. 
  • Two Leverhulme-Funded Doctoral Studentships for applicant for a DPhil in Medieval & Modern Languages (French); full fees at Home/EU or Overseas rates, and Research Council equivalent maintenance grant.
  • One Collaborative Doctoral Award with OOC-DTP (AHRC) for an applicant for a DPhil in Medieval & Modern Languages (French); full fees at Home/EU rates, and Research Council equivalent maintenance grant.

Centrally Administered Funding Opportunities

All applicants who apply for the 10 January 2020 deadline are automatically considered for any applicable funding held within the Faculty, and other funding held within the University including the Clarendon Scholarships; the Wolfson Postgraduate ScholarshipsUK BAME Studentships in the Humanities.

Applicants to Faculty courses are also eligible for funding from other schemes, some of which require further application materials to be submitted/additional action, details of which can be found on the individual pages:

A full list of funding schemes offered by the University can be found on the Graduate Admissions website, which applicants are strongly recommended to consult. Details of further Humanities funding schemes are available on the Humanities Division website.

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