Students will need to organise funding for their University Tuition Fees, College Fees and Living Expenses. Full information on available funding opportunities is available on the University’s Fees and Funding pages.
Information about departmental scholarships for students applying for study in 2018/19 will be available late October 2017.
The Department offered the following departmental scholarships for admission in 2017:
- Barnett Scholarship
- Centenary Scholarship
- Politics of Welfare in Emerging Market Economies
- Barnett House-Nuffield Joint Scholarship
In addition we are able to submit a number of nominations for consideration by the DTP open competition panel for ESRC-studentships for Masters-to-DPhil or DPhil programmes.
For more information about the research areas supported by the scholarships, visit the Doctoral Scholarships page.
The Oxford-TrygFonden Graduate Scholarship is available for students resident in Denmark studying the MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation.
All students that apply by the January deadline are considered for the Clarendon Scholarships.
St Cross College MPhil Scholarship in the Social Sciences
St Cross offers two scholarships open to applicants for the MPhil in Comparative Social Policy or Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation. These scholarships are:
Please see the St Cross College website for full details.
Oxford Pershing Square Graduate Scholarships
The Pershing Square Foundation has endowed up to five fully funded scholarships each year for both the MSc and MBA component of the 1+1 programme, which will help extraordinary individuals to develop and realise their potential over both years of the course, as future global leaders who are committed to addressing world-scale social challenges. For more information, please visit the Saïd Business School website.