Oxford Australia Scholarship Fund

Applications open
4 January 2020
Applications close
22 February 2020
Payment per year
dependent on course chosen
Duration
up to 2 years - Masters; up to 3 years - PhD
Degree
Postgraduate Research
Citizenship
Australian Citizens
Australian Permanent Residents
New Zealand Citizens
Permanent Humanitarian Visa Holders
Type of Scholarship
Academic
Study Abroad and Exchange
Travel Scholarships
Available In
All Faculties
Available To
Future

The Oxford Australia Scholarship fund selects up to eight young Australians each year to study at Oxford University. Applications are welcome from Australian graduates who wish to further their studies or research with a post graduate degree at Oxford University.

The Oxford Australia Scholarship Fund was established in 1993 by donations from Australian Oxford alumni and 2020 will be the 23rd year of its operation, having funded over 90 awards since then. Scholarship selection is on merit, requiring a minimum of a First Class Honours degree from an Australian university and applications are open to all disciplines. Scholarships are intended to support Australian nationals, ordinarily resident in Australia, to undertake their first overseas degree

For timelines, check the University of Oxford Graduate Admissions website www.admissions.ox.ac.uk/graduate

The application deadlines for each Oxford University course are set out at http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/applying-to-oxford/application-guide.

It is the responsibility of each applicant to check for the relevant deadline. Applications for the Oxford Australia Scholarships open online on 4 January 2020 and close on 22 February 2020.

For enquiries please contact oxford.scholarships@anu.edu.au  

University of Adelaide Student Oxford Bound

Kimberly Becker, 2019 Oxford Australia Scholar
Kimberly Becker, 2019 Oxford Australia Scholar

Kimberly Becker completed a Bachelor of Advanced Mathematics in 2017 at the University of Adelaide where she is currently completing an MPhil in Pure Mathematics.

Kim is passionate about diversifying STEM fields. In 2018, she founded the University of Adelaide’s Women in STEM Society to support minority groups studying STEM and she runs an outreach program to rural schools.

At Oxford, Kim will work for a DPhil in Statistics, where she will specialise in probability - a field that combines her passions of pure and applied mathematics.

Kim’s studies will be supported by a University College Old Members Oxford Australia Scholarship and an Oxford University Department of Statistics EPSRC Doctoral Training Program studentship, together with a University of Adelaide alma mater award.

Find out more about the Oxford Australia Scholarships.

 

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