Notifications of Prizes, Grants and Funding

  • Thursday 9 December 2010
  • No. 4938
  • Vol 141

Please refer to the website, or contact the email address shown, for further details of the awards below.

Students of the University should refer to the Student Funding website for advice on fees and funding at http://www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding/.

Prizes, Grants and Funding

Santander; Santander Academic Travel Awards; graduate students to travel to Santander network countries to conduct fieldwork, do collaborative work or engage in other study projects; approximately 30 awards, up to £1,000 each; 25 February; www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding/graduates/internationalopportunities/santander

Charterhouse; Charterhouse European Bursaries; undergraduate or graduate students to undertake a period of study in EC, EFTA, Eastern or Central European countries (but excluding Russia); usually 2 awards, up to £4,000 each; 4 February; www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding/graduates/internationalopportunities/charterhouse

Benefaction from Mrs Jane Ledig-Rowohlt (née Scatcherd) and the late Mr Heinrich Ledig-Rowohlt; Scatcherd European Scholarships; undergraduate or graduate students to undertake a period of study in another European country (including Russia and all countries to the west of the Urals, but excluding Turkey); approximately 5 - 7 awards; up to £6,500 each; 4 February; www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding/graduates/internationalopportunities/scatcherd

Jenkins Memorial Fund; Jenkins Memorial Scholarships; graduate students to undertake study in Humanities and Social Sciences at a Europaeum  partner university (Universities of Bologna, Bonn, Helsinki, Leiden, Madrid (Complutense), Paris I, Prague (Charles University), the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, and the Jagiellonian in Krakow);up to 2 awards; up to £10,000 each; 4 February; www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding/graduates/internationalopportunities/jenkins

Oriel College; The Herbert and Ilse Frankel Memorial Studentship - Graduate Studentship in Economics or Political Economy, from 1 October 2011; £5,000 per annum for two years, subject to satisfactory academic progress; preference given to candidates currently in their first or second year of graduate study embarking on or already pursuing doctoral research on the role and functions of markets or incentives in developing or transitional economies, in particular (though not restricted to) South Africa or Israel; 4 February; http://www.oriel.ox.ac.uk/news.php?id=197&sid=2