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Courses open for studentships

Studentships are a specific type of funding, usually for a specific research project offered by an academic department. 

Courses that have reopened to accept studentship applications

DPhil History

AHRC CDP Studentship: Growing Up Queer, 1780-1918

Mode of study: Full time only

Course details: The course page provides further details about the DPhil History.

Further information: The divisional website provides further information about this studentship. Please read this carefully before applying.

Application deadline: 12 noon UK time (midday) on Friday 3 May 2024

This course has reopened to accept only studentship applications.

FAQ: Applying for a studentship after the course has closed to standard applications

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DPhil in Molecular and Cellular Medicine

CRUK Studentship in Immune Tumour Escape

Mode of study: Full-time only

Course details: The course page provides further details about the DPhil in Molecular and Cellular Medicine.

Further information: The department's website provides further information about this studentship. Please read this carefully before applying.

Application deadline: 12 noon UK time (midday) on Friday 3 May 2024

This course has reopened to accept only studentship applications.

FAQ: Applying for a studentship after the course has closed to standard applications

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EPSRC iCASE studentships

Supported by EPSRC, iCASE and a number of industrial partners, several departments are offering fully-funded studentships in a range of research areas. For further details about the projects on offer, please consult the Studentships section of the relevant course page:

The How to apply section of each course page provides information about the closing date for each individual studentship as well as instructions for making an application.

Funding for EPSRC iCASE studentships

ICASE students receive funding for a full EPSRC studentship for four years (full time equivalent). If you submit an eligible application for a studentship and you are successful, you will receive a stipend of at least £18,622 to cover living costs and expenses. Your course fees will be paid on your behalf for the duration of your fee liability. More information about iCASE studentships can be found on the UKRI website.

Please refer to the individual projects descriptions on the relevant courses pages for details of any limitations or conditions that apply to each project, such as restricting studentship awards to applicants who have Home fee status.

Other studentships and funding

Other studentships may be available for courses that are still accepting applications. Please refer to the funding information on the relevant department's website, which is accessible via the course page.

More information about Oxford funding and external funding can be found in our Fees and Funding pages.

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