• Care Leavers Academic Futures Scholarship
    Region/country: United Kingdom (UK)Europe
    Scholarship source: University of Oxford

    • Amount: Fees and a contribution towards living expenses
    • Eligibility: Students who have experienced being in local authority care in the UK
    • Application process: more details to follow.
    University of Oxford
  • Carl and Caroline Dawson Scholarship
    Region/country: United Kingdom (UK)Northern IrelandSouth AfricaUnited States of America (USA)AfricaEuropeNorth America
    Scholarship source: Blavatnik School of Government

    • Amount: Partial award
    • Eligibility: UK, Northern Irish, South African and US residents, first-generation university students or those who have faced adversity.
    • Application process: The Blavatnik School of Government Scholarship Questionnaire (which will be sent to everyone who receives an offer).
    • Carl and Caroline are advocates for social mobility, particularly for those who have faced adversity in the past – for example, those that have been in care or suffered early bereavement. Carl has worked serving the education and workforce development sector for over 18 years. As the co-founder of Construct, Carl has been embedded directly with universities around the world to ensure the delivery of high-quality learning content. His professional career outside education in the government, nuclear, and cloud networks sectors have still largely been focused on bridging the gap between higher education and employment.
    Blavatnik School of Government
  • Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies Scholarships
    Region/country: United Kingdom (UK)AfghanistanAlbaniaAlgeriaAzerbaijanBahrainBangladeshBeninBruneiBurkina FasoCameroonChadComorosCote d'IvoireDjiboutiEgyptGabonGambiaGuineaGuyanaIndiaIndonesiaIranIraqJordanKazakhstanKuwaitKyrgyzstanLebanonLibyaMalaysiaMaldivesMaliMauritaniaMoroccoMozambiqueNigerNigeriaOmanPakistanPalestineQatarSaudi ArabiaSenegalSierra LeoneSomaliaSudanSurinameSyriaTajikistanTogoTunisiaTurkeyTurkmenistanUgandaUnited Arab Emirates (UAE)UzbekistanYemenAfricaAsiaEuropeEurope (excluding UK)Latin America and the Caribbean
    Scholarship source: University of Oxford

    • Amount: Fees and a contribution towards living expenses
    • Eligibility: Various countries with Muslim communities
    • Application process: Attachment of OCIS Scholarships Supporting Statement to university application
    • These scholarships have been established by the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies to allow graduates to pursue studies of benefit to the Muslim world.
    University of Oxford
  • Newton Fund - Newton PhD Programme
    Region/country: BrazilChileChinaColombiaEgyptIndiaIndonesiaJordanKenyaMalaysiaMexicoPeruPhilippinesSouth AfricaThailandTurkeyVietnamUnited Kingdom (UK)AfricaAsiaEuropeEurope (excluding UK)Latin America and the CaribbeanSouth America
    Scholarship source: External

    The Newton Fund promotes the economic development and welfare of poor people in partnering countries through science and innovation partnerships. The Newton PhD Programme offers funding for individual partner country students to undertake full PhD studies in the UK, or vice versa.

    External
  • Political Leadership Scholarship
    Region/country: EnglandIrelandNorthern IrelandScotlandWalesEuropeEurope (excluding UK)United Kingdom (UK)
    Scholarship source: Blavatnik School of Government

    • Amount: Full fees and a set amount to cover living expenses
    • Eligibility: Applicants ordinarily resident in the Republic of Ireland or the UK who have received an offer to study the MPP and are politically motivated to seek elected office in the near future
    • Application process: The Blavatnik School of Government Scholarship Questionnaire (which will be sent to everyone who receives an offer)
    • The Political Leadership Scholarship aims at improving the diversity, calibre and training of public leaders from all backgrounds in the UK and Ireland. There are up to three scholarships available each year and distributed between applicants resident in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and mainland UK or Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales). Candidates will need to demonstrate exceptional academic merit and potential, as well as being active in party politics and having a desire to play a part in shaping future governments; they will also have a goal of contributing to government through actively seeking elected office at a local or national level within five years from graduation.
    • Read about Keir Mather's time on the MPP as a Political Leadership Scholar.
    Blavatnik School of Government
  • Lord Browne Scholarship in Public Service
    Region/country: EuropeEurope (excluding UK)United Kingdom (UK)
    Scholarship source: Blavatnik School of Government

    • Amount: Full fees and a set amount to contribute to living expenses.
    • Eligibility: Any applicant to the MPP with a preference for applicants from European countries.
    • Application process: The Blavatnik School of Government Scholarship Questionnaire (which will be sent to everyone who receives an offer).
    • The Lord Browne Scholarship in Public Service provides full funding to an outstanding candidate who is committed to public service. Recipients will hold the title of Lord Browne Public Service Scholars.
    Blavatnik School of Government
  • Duke of Cambridge Scholarship
    Region/country: United Kingdom (UK)Europe
    Scholarship source: Blavatnik School of Government

    • Amount: Full fees and a set amount to cover living expenses
    • Eligibility: Applicants ordinarily resident in the UK
    • Application process: The Blavatnik School of Government Scholarship Questionnaire (which will be sent to everyone who receives an offer)
    • The Duke of Cambridge Scholarship at the University of Oxford presents an opportunity for future British leaders from all backgrounds. It has been made possible by the generosity of Leonard Blavatnik, donors to University College, and the University of Oxford. This scholarship will be awarded to a candidate ordinarily resident in the UK who shows extraordinary academic merit or potential.
    • Read about Stephanie Ifayemi's time as a Duke of Cambridge Scholar on the MPP.
    • Read about Medha Bhasin's time as a Duke of Cambridge Scholar on the MPP.
    Blavatnik School of Government