Every year the department aims to support a number of the highest ranked applicants following the main January admissions deadline.
Reuben College is a graduate college which was established in May 2019 as Oxford University's 39th college. Admitting its first students in October 2021, the college is dedicated to fostering interdisciplinary exchange within an inclusive and impact-oriented community. There is a strong entrepreneurial spirit running through the college, supported by a Digital Innovation Studio equipped with cutting-edge technologies, and a programme of public engagement and outreach initiatives. In its first years, the college's academic interests cluster around three broad themes: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Environmental Change, and Cellular Life. Reuben College is located in the heart of the University Science Area, sharing some of its refurbished space with the Radcliffe Science Library and the Collection Teaching & Research Centre of the University's museums.
We are committed to building a strong portfolio of funding opportunities to support Reuben College in their graduate studies. This includes full scholarships, bursaries and grants to cover fieldwork, conference participation or other costs incurred on your course. We will provide more detailed information about such opportunities as they are confirmed.
Please see here for more information.
The Medical Sciences Division offers a number of 3-year DPhil studentships to outstanding applicants of any nationality. These studentships are funded by various organisations including the Wellcome Trust, MRC, BBSRC, EPSRC, CR-UK, British Heart Foundation, the Clarendon Fund, Oxford Colleges and a number of other charities. If successful, the fully-funded studentships will cover fees and provide a stipend at the standard Research Council rate. If you apply to the January deadline then your application will be automatically included for consideration for one of these awards.
Please be aware that these studentships are extremely competitive and applicants are strongly encouraged to look into alternative sources of funding rather than relying on securing one these studentships.