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A handy guide to help you understand the process of applying for graduate funding at Oxford.
From making sure you apply by the January deadlines through to looking for funding, our tips will help you understand the process of applying for funding at Oxford. http://www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/funding Made by Angel Sharp Media http://www.angelsharp.com
The Clarendon Fund offers 100 full scholarships every year to academically excellent international graduate students at the University of Oxford. Clarendon Scholarships are awarded on the basis of scholastic merit and potential across all degree-bearing subjects at graduate level at the University of Oxford. Clarendon Scholarships cover tuition and college fees as well as a generous grant for living expenses. This film is a chance to hear about the scholarships from the scholars themselves. Find out more at: http://www.clarendon.ox.ac.uk http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/postgraduate_courses/index.html
This is the second video in my series on applying to Oxford and Cambridge. In this video we answer the following two questions: 1. How much is university going to cost me? (0:00) 2. What financial support is available? (1:07) Part 1: Basic questions, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAuxLFbNJss Part 3: GCSEs and A-levels, http://youtu.be/pDTWOioB2eY Part 4: Interviews, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdsemp7nHsY Part 5: Student life, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvjNsmdu3uM Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZiIJMDh4yn25z_oyhE3GkLhIydQePEy Unfortunately YouTube won't allow me to create annotations linking to external websites, so the links referred to are: 1. Student loans: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance/overview Oxford living cost estimate: http://www.ox.ac.uk/ad...
http://www.gofundme.com/fund-my-phd-eleri My name’s Eleri and I’m studying for a Master’s in Women’s Studies at Wadham College, University of Oxford. I’ve been very lucky to have been offered a place to stay at Oxford to study for a PhD in English Literature starting in October 2015. I have paid my way through my Master’s by working two part-time jobs supplemented by two scholarships awarded for academic excellence. However, as you might be aware, there have been huge cuts to arts and humanities funding in the U.K. This means that research councils (that fund students) just don’t have nearly enough money to go around. 52% PhD students are currently faced with the horrifying prospect of having to self-fund three years of study. As a result there has been a drop of around 50,000 in the nu...
King’s alumnus Dr Luke Blaxill gained 45 separate awards during his PhD totalling over £40,000, progressing to become founder of the Alternative Guide to Postgraduate Funding. Watch this overview on funding opportunities you didn’t know are out there. Find out more here: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/pg/funding/sources/alt.aspx.
Welcome to a night of unsuppressed creativity, crowdfunding and cocktails! Tickets available here: https://secure5.pm3hosting.com/pm3API/asp/PMWeb1?charityRef=1088315T&campaignRef=19 HOW DOES IT WORK? The Charities £10 entry to pledge to your charity of choice. Each charity, The Against Malaria Foundation, SCI (Schistosomiasis Control Initiative) and Project Healthy Children will give a pitch to try and to convince you of their cause! The best part of it all is that for every ticket sold a sponsor has offered to MATCH the price of the ticket! So for your £10 donation you'll be raising £20 for charity! The Dancing Mood! Alongside this crowd-funding aspect, there will be some fantastic performances and toe-tapping bands including the Oxford Gargoyles to make the whole evening rather dam...
This video is a chance to hear about Oxford's Clarendon scholarships from the scholars themselves. The Clarendon Fund offers around 140 full scholarships every year to graduate students. They are awarded on the basis of academic merit across all degree-bearing subjects at graduate level at the University. The scholarships cover tuition and college fees as well as a generous grant for living expenses. Find out more at: http://www.clarendon.ox.ac.uk
This is Graduate Oxford. Oxford University has an international reputation for world-leading research, teaching and resources, and when you combine this with a beautiful and historic city, it is alive with activity, attracting students from all over the world. Academic departments and colleges sit alongside an array of restaurants, bars, cinemas, theatres, galleries, museums and beautiful green spaces in the centre of the city. http://www.graduate.ox.ac.uk Made by Angel Sharp Media http://www.angelsharp.com
I have this exciting opportunity of studying at the University of Oxford for the MSc. in Law and Finance (the Oxford MLF) starting this September and be the first Nepali to study this course at Oxford. Therefore, I need your help and contributions to realize this goal of studying at Oxford and then returning back to my home country Nepal to paly a vital role in leading Nepal towards political stability and economic progress. To contribute please visit my campaign page at https://spsr.me/RtEn. For those not able to contribute online, please reach out to me at email@example.com or reach out to me through WhatsApp and Viber at +977-9807873599 for guidance.
Ok so maybe the steps aren't that easy, but they are what you need to do to get a PhD! 1. Get a degree in a relevant subject. Most people also study a masters. 2. Find a supervisor and project (and funding...) 3. You must perform original research (easier said than done) 4. Write a thesis 5. Defend your thesis in a viva A week as a PhD student: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLWKLGaqxVs Obviously this is all very hand wavy and approximate as I'm trying to cover all kinds of subjects, but these are the approximate steps that every PhD student goes through. Also some of the steps are someone more complex than others, with step 3 basically being the entire degree! If you'd like to learn more about my PhD then please check out videos on my channel where I talk about it in great detail, and...
Want to know more about Oxford's colleges? Graduate students at Oxford are a member of a department, which provides your teaching and supervision, and also a member of a college. This is an almost unique aspect of studying at Oxford. We have 38 colleges and 6 Permanent Private Halls and these are all different – in age, size, traditional vs modern, different facilities, and some are graduate-only. http://www.graduate.ox.ac.uk/colleges Made by Angel Sharp Media http://www.angelsharp.com
Oxford welcomes applications from students of the very highest calibre, irrespective of background or personal circumstances. There are many opportunities to fund your study at Oxford, many of which also offer further benefits and opportunities to enrich your experience of graduate life.
Find out more, and get involved this summer: http://www.ashmolean.org/turner/ Find all 12 full-size Turner reproductions around the city, take part in our #MyOxfordView photo competition, see the painting on display at the Ashmolean, and keep giving to this year's Appeal to support the work of the Museum. The Ashmolean has raised the money needed to acquire a major painting by JMW Turner. Local people and museum visitors have sent in over £60,000, helping the Museum reach its fundraising target in just four weeks. Thank you to everyone who has supported the campaign.
The second of the Orwell Prize's events at the Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival 2011, held at noon on Tuesday 5th April. Karen Freyer (managing director, New Deal of the Mind) and Sir Mark Jones (director, V&A) talk to Jean Seaton (director, the Orwell Prize) about arts funding and the importance of the arts to society and country. In this part, Jean introduces the speakers.
Older people who attend Anchor Court Community Club (East Oxford) talk about proposed cuts to their service. In preparation for the government Spending Review this November, Oxfordshire County Council has brought forward a large list of options for savings to services for people of all ages and stages. As part of this Oxfordshire Country Council are proposing to stop 'funding day services provided by voluntary and community sector organisations'. Age UK Oxfordshire believes that many of these reductions will be hugely damaging to vulnerable older people and carers across the county. Please support the Enough is Enough - Don't Cut Care campaign: https://www.ageuk.org.uk/oxfordshire/dontcutcare
Imperial college london and oxford are among the most expensive 21 jul 2014 many universities offer bursaries or grants to students facing for how weeks a year, whether you're studying in london, living with. University tuition fees are payable by all students studying for a degree, diploma or certificate at the universityfor most programmes of study, fee rates differ overseas compared to those from uk and other eu member states find information on paying your college fees, no matter what year entry student status, as well details any additional charges that you following courses is not charged standard graduate rate in 1 medicine (undergraduate 7,350) mba (3,150) emba (1,511). We are committed to ensuring students understand the costs and funding for them if they choose apply university o...
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The second of the Orwell Prize's events at the Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival 2011, held at noon on Tuesday 5th April. Karen Freyer (managing director, New Deal of the Mind) and Sir Mark Jones (director, V&A) talk to Jean Seaton (director, the Orwell Prize) about arts funding and the importance of the arts to society and country. In this part, the panel concludes by answering the audience questions (the tape runs out very shortly before the end).