University College Old Members - Oxford Australia Scholarship
Agriculture, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences, Agriculture, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences/Environmental Sciences, Agriculture, Veterinary and Environmental Sciences/Veterinary Sciences, Architecture, Urban Environment and Building, Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences/Psychology, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services/Accounting, Auditing and Accountability, Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services/Business and Management, Economics, Education, Engineering and Technology, Information, Computing and Communication Sciences, Information, Computing and Communication Sciences/Other Information, Computing and Communication Sciences, Language and Culture, Law, Justice and Law Enforcement/Law, Mathematical Sciences/Mathematics, Medical and Health Sciences, Medical and Health Sciences/Dentistry, Medical and Health Sciences/Nursing, Medical and Health Sciences/Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medical and Health Sciences/Public Health and Health Services, Science - General/Science - General, Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts - General, Studies in Human Society/Social Work, The Arts
The University College Old Members - Oxford Australia Fund Scholarship is open to postgraduate students in any discipline at Oxford University, but is also intended for those wishing to study for a second undergraduate degree or a graduate degree in the arts or social sciences. Normally, the scholarship is intended for undergraduate and graduate students studying or working in Australia to pursue their first international degree.
The scholarships are open to citizens of Australia, (normally under the age of 30 years on 1 January in the year in which the scholarship is to be taken up) who hold a bachelor degree with first or upper second class honours, or its equivalent, from a recognised university.
The scholarship provides a living allowance of $12,000 per year. The scholarship is generally tenable for 2 years, or, in the case of a PhD, for 3 years.
4th January 2013