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University of Oxford’s Social Sciences and Humanities Divisions

first_img November 28, 2011 Published by Site Default DAAD Scholarship Development-Related Postgraduate Courses Reddit +1 University of Oxford’s Social Sciences and Humanities Divisions LinkedIn 0 Similar Stories Tweet The Graduate Admissions office will email you to confirm that the fee has been waived. You can then complete and submit your application. You must also submit a printed copy of this application (and any supporting materials) to your local coordinator.Paper applications:Contact OSF’s local office to let the local coordinator know of your intention to apply. They will supply you with short questionnaire that we use to confirm your eligibility.Complete and return the eligibility requirements self-assessment questionnaire provided by the local coordinator.If you are eligible for the scholarship your local coordinator will provide you with a reference number that can be used to have your University application fee waived.Complete the paper application form for your course. The form and details of how to complete this can be found on the University’s website – www.ox.ac.uk/graduate.Attach a copy of the Scholarship Statement of Purpose (form provided by the local coordinator) as part  of your application.Please include a cover letter explaining that you are applying for the scholarship and stating the reference number you have been given by your local coordinator. You must also submit a copy of your application (and any supporting materials) to your local coordinator.Once your application is complete please send it to the following address:Mr J P Roche Graduate Admissions and Funding University Offices, Wellington Square Oxford OX1 2JD UNITED KINGDOMThe Application FormThe Official Website Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. center_img ← UN Trust Fund Grant to End Violence Against Women Pocket Share 0 Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships 2021/2022 Deadline: 20 January 2012Open to: Applicants must be citizens of and resident of Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Kosovo, Georgia, and Montenegro.Scholarship: Each award will provide for payment of academic tuition fees, college fees, a monthly stipend for living expenses sufficient for a single student, and other agreed allowances including one return economy airfareOpen Society Foundations in association with the University of Oxford is inviting applications for the scholarship program 2012-13 to provide outstanding students an opportunity to pursue one-year taught postgraduate courses of study at the University of Oxford in subjects relevant to the needs of their countries.DescriptionThe Open Society Foundations / University of Oxford Scholarships, which are funded by the Open Society Foundation-London and the University of Oxford, are intended to provide opportunities for postgraduate study in the United Kingdom for applicants who demonstrate both academic excellence and the potential to become leaders, decision makers and opinion formers in their home countries.List of Eligible Courses:MSc Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, MSc Medical Anthropology, MSc Social Anthropology, MSt Social Anthropology ,MSc Russian & East European Studies, MSc Economics for Development,MSc Applied Linguistics and 2nd Language Acquisition,MSc Education (Child Development and Education), MSc Education (Comparative and International Education), MSc Education (Higher Education), MSc Education (Learning and Teaching), MSc Educational Research Methodology,MSc Biodiversity,Conservation and Management, MSc Environmental Change and Management,MSc Nature Society and Environmental Policy,MSc Water Science, Policy and Management MSc Economic and Social History, MSt Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, MSt Medieval History ,MSt Medieval Studies, MSt Modern British & European History,Mjur Magister Juris,MSc Criminology and Criminal Justice, MSt Modern Languages, MSt Women’s Studies,MSc Comparative Social Policy, MSc Evidence Based Social Intervention, MSc Sociology,MSt Modern Jewish Studies.Short-listed applicants will be invited for an interview and an English language test in their home country in April 2012. Interviews will be carried out by representatives of OSF–London—in certain cases, there may also be a panel member representing the interests of the University. Applicants will be informed of the outcome of the scholarship competition in May/June 2012.EligibilityApplicants will be required to have passed an English proficiency test before being offered a scholarship. The minimum requirement for study on the eligible courses at Oxford is IELTS 7.5 (with minimum 7.0 in each component) or TOEFL – 630 (minimum Test of Written English score – 5) or Computer based TOEFL – 267 (minimum essay writing score – 5) or Internet based TOEFL – 109 or Cambridge Certificate of proficiency in English – B. Local representatives of Open Society Foundations will arrange tests for short-listed candidates after the interviews, if applicants have not already successfully taken a test in the 2 years prior to the interview.All applicants must have completed at least three years of BA course (in the Bologna system) or four years of university study and have obtained, or expect to obtain, the appropriate degree(s) not later than September 2012.Applicants must be citizens of and resident in one of the following countries during the academic year in which they apply for the award: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Kosovo, Georgia, and Montenegro. Applicants who are temporarily out of the country (for a total period of less than three consecutive months) may be treated as being resident.Applicants should be planning to return to their home country at the end of the period of study.Applicants should have a proven track record of success or excellence in their professional life distinguishing them from their peers and contemporaries and clear commitment to open society goals.ScholarshipEach scholarship provides tuition fees and college fees at the University of Oxford, a stipend to cover living costs(for one person only) and return air travel from the scholar’s homecountry.  On completion of the scholarship, scholars will return to their home countries to continue their studies/work there.How to apply?Whether you apply online or on paper you must do three things:Check your eligibility with your local OSF scholarship coordinator,Submit your application to the University of Oxford ,Send a copy of your application to your local coordinator.Online applications:Contact OSF’s local office to let the local coordinator know of your intention to apply. They will supply you with short questionnaire that we use to confirm your eligibility.Complete and return the eligibility requirements self-assessment questionnaire provided by the local coordinator.If you are eligible your local coordinator will provide you with a reference number that can be used to have your University application fee waived.Start your online application for one of the eligible courses. Details of how to complete this can be found on the University’s website – www.ox.ac.uk/graduate.Upload a copy of the Scholarship Statement of Purpose (form provided by the local coordinator) as part of your application.Once you have started your application, you should contact the University’s Graduate Admissions  Office with your reference number to ask them to waive the application fee. You should contact them by submitting a message via the University’s website (www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/ask). Your message will need to include the following information: Davis Center Fellowship Program → Your name and surname (as you have given it in their application).Your email address.The fee waiver reference number given by your local coordinator.The name of the course you have applied to study. Australia Awards Scholarshipslast_img

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