Notifications of Prizes, Grants and Funding

  • Thursday 5 March 2015
  • NO. 5089
  • VOL. 145

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

History of Art Committee: Laurence Binyon Prize

History of Art Committee; Laurence Binyon Prize 2015; open to all members of the University who have not exceeded 21 terms from matriculation; for travel to Asia, the Far East or another area outside Europe, not related to academic discipline, to extend knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts; up to £1,000; 26 March;

Faculty of Classics: Conington Prize 2015

Faculty of Classics; Conington Prize 2015; for a dissertation in English or Latin on a subject to be chosen by the writer and approved by the Board of the Faculty of Classics within the field of Ancient History, Religion, Art and Archaeology; open to University members who, on 1 July 2015: (i) will be qualified by examination for a degree of the University, (ii) will have completed 6 years, and not exceeded 15 years, from matriculation, except that graduates whose first degrees are from other universities shall have completed 2 years, and not exceeded 11 years, from matriculation, and (iii) will be of postdoctoral status or equivalent; prize c£1,000; applications for permission to offer an intended subject must be submitted by 1 April to; electronic submission is permitted for dissertations;

Oxford Italian Association: Clara Florio Cooper Memorial Bursaries and Grants

Oxford Italian Association; Clara Florio Cooper Memorial Bursaries and Grants; open to graduates researching any aspects of Italian culture; up to a total of £1,500; 1 May;; enquiries:

St John's College, Cambridge: Harper-Wood Studentship for English Poetry and Literature

St John's College, Cambridge; Harper-Wood Studentship for English Poetry and Literature; up to £13,600; 6 May;

European Studies Centre: Richard von Weizs├Ącker Visiting Fellowship

European Studies Centre, St Antony's; Richard von Weizsäcker Visiting Fellowship (Gastprofessur); 9-month (1 October–30 June) fellowship open to established scholars in the field of post-1800 history or historical social sciences, preferably with an interest in transnational contents and contexts of German historical studies, with an outstanding record of publication and employed at a German university; 15 April;