The University has generous scholarships available to help low-income students take up the opportunity to study here. From 2020, all UK resident students commencing their first undergraduate degree with a household income of £27,500 or less will be invited to become Crankstart (formerly known as Moritz-Heyman) scholars. This not only provides enhanced funding but other opportunities such as volunteering and summer internships.
I come from a single parent family, and my mum has a chronic illness, as a result of which I’ve been her carer on and off for around 5 years. Money stress was the last thing I needed as I was preparing to come to Oxford … so getting this took a huge weight off my shoulders. Without a doubt, the scholarship was one of the most valuable opportunities I’ve ever been given.
If you are selected, you will benefit from:
- A non-repayable bursary of up to £5,000 towards your study and living costs for each year of your course
- Access to support in identifying opportunities for work experience or internships
- Access to a bursary to support work experience or internships.
Find out more about our Crankstart Scholarships (formerly known as Moritz-Heyman Scholarships).
Find out more about all our funding support for those applying for entry in 2020.
Visit our page on Oxford support for more information about other scholarships, go to our scholarship search tool or to the Fees and Funding page. Please note that you cannot apply for our scholarships until you have been offered a place to study here.