The following scholarships are managed by organisations external to Oxford and therefore they will use different application processes and closing dates. If you have any questions about these scholarships, please contact the relevant organisation directly.
Scholarship search facilities
Scholarship Positions provides information on international scholarships and study abroad opportunities.
Scholarship Search provides information on funding opportunities based on a student’s course and level of study.
The Scholarship Hub
The Scholarship Hub provides a guide to UK scholarships, as well as a search engine for scholarships, grants and bursaries.
Turn2us has a grants search and benefits calculator which highlights the funding opportunities available to students based on their individual profile.
UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)
UKCISA provides general advice about searching for funding and also provides a list of trusts and charities that offer grants.
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) offer a number of scholarships for students from Singapore studying in the fields of biomedical sciences, and science and engineering, at selected universities overseas, including Oxford.
British Council Mexico
The British Council Mexico provides details of funding opportunities for Mexican students wishing to study in the UK.
Canadian Bureau for International Education
The Canadian Bureau for International Education offers scholarships for Canadian citizens and residents who wish to study abroad.
The Charles Wallace Trusts
The Charles Wallace Trusts for Pakistan, Bangladesh and Burma/Myanmar assist the nationals of these countries to obtain education and professional development in the UK.
The CONACyT website provides information on scholarships for Mexican students wishing to study abroad.
Cusanuswerk Scholarships offer financial support for studies as well as an interdisciplinary education programme which encourages discussion about science and belief, society and the church.
EDAAD Scholarship Programme
The EDAAD Scholarship Programme offers graduate for students from the United Arab Emirates.
Forktip Women’s Innovation Scholarship
Forktip offers scholarships to female students to support women from around the world to further their education and careers. Two scholarships are available each year. The amount provided is based on the student’s university location. Applications must be submitted by 15 September via the Forktip website.
Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship
To be considered for a Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship, candidates must: be a female student enrolled or accepted onto a bachelor's, master's or DPhil course (or equivalent); be enrolled in full-time study at a university in Europe; be studying computer science, computer engineering, informatics or a related technical field; and maintain an excellent academic record. The scholarship is for €7,000.
Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities
To be considered for a Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities, candidates must: have a disability; be enrolled in a full-time bachelor's, master's or DPhil course (or equivalent); be enrolled in a university in Europe; be studying computer science, computer engineering, informatics or a closely related technical field; exemplify leadership and a passion for computer science and technology; and maintain an excellent academic record. The scholarship is for €7,000.
King Abdullah Scholarships Program
The King Abdullah Scholarships Program provides opportunities for Saudi citizens to pursue their university education abroad.
Established by the Kwok Scholars Association, founded by Dr. Walter Kwok, the Kwok Scholarships provide funding to cover University fees, College fees and living costs for two exceptional students who have been offered a place to study Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PPE) or another Social Sciences undergraduate degree subject related to public service. Students must be from Hong Kong and/or mainland China and be intending to return to Hong Kong or China on completion of their studies, to develop a career in public service for the benefit of the Hong Kong community and/or betterment of China. The application deadline is normally the end of January.
Lanekassen is the Norwegian student loan and grant-awarding body which supports Norwegian students to study overseas.
The Leathersellers' Company
The Leathersellers' Company awards grants of up to £4,000 per year to study for a full-time degree at any UK university. The deadline for completed submissions is usually in June.
Lighting55 Scholarship Program
The Lighting55 Scholarship Program offers a needs-based scholarship of $1,250 USD and is open to students from all countries.
The Mexican Embassy publishes information on scholarships open to Mexican students, including funding offered by the Mexican Academy of Sciences and the Fund for Human Resources Development (Bank of Mexico).
Mohamedali Karimjee Trust
The Mohamedali Karimjee Trust provides grants to African students for study in the UK.
The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) Scholarships
The NSHSS offers several academic scholarships and competitions annually to members (to join you must be a top academic achiever from high schools around the world).
Open Society Foundations
Open Society Foundations offer a range of grants, scholarships and fellowships throughout the year.
Public Service Commission Scholarships
The Singapore Government offers scholarships to those interested in pursuing a career in Civil Service.
Regeneration Center of Thailand
The Regeneration Center of Thailand offers a scholarship of $1,500 USD to the winner of an essay contest. Undergraduate and graduate students of ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) descent are eligible to apply. The ASEAN member states include: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Reuben Singh Scholarship Programme
The Reuben Singh Scholarships Programme offers up to £9,000 per annum towards tuition fees. This opportunity is open to UK residents, helping to pay for their education while they work on their young business.
R. H. Douglas Scholarship
The R. H. Douglas Scholarship provides awards of at least $2,000 per year for tuition or living costs, to students with Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Polish or Russian citizenship. Applications normally have to be submitted by the beginning of April.
Royal Television Society Bursary Programme
The Royal Television Society (RTS) offers bursaries of £1,000 per annum to undergraduates from lower income households who are intending on pursuing a career in the television industry. Applicants must be studying Computer Science (G400) or Engineering Science (H100) and must have a Home fee status. Benefits of the bursary include: industry mentoring and placement opportunities, free membership of the RTS and affiliate membership of The Hospital Club. Applications normally open around February each year with an application deadline of early June.
Science Group STEM Bursary Scheme
The Science Group STEM Bursary Scheme aims to support the development of science and engineering skills in the UK. The scheme provides bursaries of £2,500 to students studying specific science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) courses. The closing date is normally in September each year.
US Department of Veterans Affairs
VA applications are processed by the same team at Oxford who deal with US loans. Once you have made your application to the US Department of Veterans Affairs, please contact the US loans team to have your enrolment confirmed and certified.
Vincent's Club Scholarships and Bursaries
Vincent’s Club provides an annual grant of up to £2,500 towards living costs to students with strong academic attainment and sporting achievement and potential. Preference is given to applicants with lower household income. The closing date is normally July each year.