Rhodes Scholarships for International Students at University of Oxford in UK, 2019
Rhodes The studentships are awarded for pursuing full-time postgraduate studies at the University of Oxford, UK. Rhodes Scholars have selected from many countries around the world annually.
Deadline varies per country but is around July-October of the preceding year you wish to study. Applications must be received by midnight, GMT, 31 July 2019 for global.
Rhodes Scholars may read for any full-time postgraduate degree at the University of Oxford.
Any courses offered by the University of Oxford at the postgraduate level.
Ninety-five outstanding young women and men are awarded the Scholarship each year, from 20 Rhodes constituencies (64 countries) worldwide. The program includes full tuition, a maintenance stipend, and flights to and from Oxford at the beginning and end of tenure.
Number of Awards:
Ninety-five outstanding young women and men are awarded each year.
How to Apply:
Applications for Rhodes Scholarships open during the spring and summer of the preceding year. All candidates for the grant should read the information about the awards applicable globally and then proceed to their country-specific page.
The online application is not available for applicants to New Zealand. Please refer to the relevant country page: New Zealand. In broad terms, all constituencies will require the following materials in differing forms:
Personal statement or essay (including, crucially, a clear statement of what the applicant wishes to study at Oxford and why)
Evidence of academic record/transcript (complete or in progress) of an undergraduate degree and any postgraduate study
Curriculum vitae/resumé or list of principal activities
Evidence of age / birth certificate / passport
English Language proficiency (where English is not the first language)
List of referees (usually several are required) who can attest in confidential references to the character and intellect of the applicant, including academic, personal, extra-curricular and leadership achievements (and who should never include people to whom you are related).