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Fees and Funding
Oxford is committed to providing a wide range of funding opportunities and, every year, there are hundreds of scholarships available to applicants for graduate study.
The new Oxford Graduate Scholarships are just one example. This groundbreaking £100 million fundraising initiative is a partnership between Oxford's generous donors and the University and aims to provide well over 100 new, fully funded scholarships. Oxford Graduate Scholarships will be available from 2013/14 and all applicants need to do to be considered is to apply by the January deadline for their course; they will then be automatically considered for any scholarships for which they are eligible.
Applicants should start looking for funding as soon as they start thinking about applying to Oxford. The first place to look is the Fees, Funding and Scholarship Search, which shows the wide range of graduate scholarships offered by the collegiate University. Further information is available from the Search results, which link directly to relevant scholarship webpages, or from the links below.
Before applying for scholarships, applicants should read the eligibility criteria thoroughly and make sure they submit their application by the correct deadline. It is also important to note that most fully funded opportunities at Oxford are only available to students about to start a new course. Once you are registered or enrolled as a student, there are few substantive scholarships available.