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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
A handy guide to help you understand the process of applying for graduate funding at Oxford.
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 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 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...
Scholarships at UK universities. What everyone needs to know about scholarships and how to get scholarships at British universities. A lot of our students ask us whether it is possible to study in the UK for free. The answer is: unfortunately not. Education in the UK is not free, free what???? it is not even cheap! But for the most talented students it is possible to get a scholarship. So today we would like to tell you all about it. First we will talk about what types of scholarships you can find and then how you can get one! Thank you for watching! You can contact us at: email@example.com FasTrack Education website: http://fastrackedu.co.uk/ Subscribe to our newsletter here: fastrackedu.co.uk/subscribe-to-newsletter/
This video is to help those people who are looking to apply for funding for Post Graduate study. I am aware of how competitive and difficult it is to find funding for such studies, and it is a huge deciding factor for those that are deciding about whether or not to pursue further studies. Post Grad study is great! You are able to delve deep into the subject that you love and are able to come into contact with areas of the subject that you may not have been able to otherwise. Here are my tips on ways to find funding for Post Grad study: 1. Find A PhD/ Find A Master's 2. Prospective applications directed to researchers at specific universities 3. Funding sections of university websites 4. Ask your employer! 5. Student loans company Do leave any questions below, and i'll get back to yo...
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...
University of Oxford research, supported by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, is looking to halt and even reverse vision loss for blind patients at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford with funding from Oxford BRC. Electronic retinal implants - referred to some as the 'bionic eye' - are designed to replace the lost photoreceptors in the eyes of patients suffering from degenerative retinal diseases. In healthy eyes, light falling on the photoreceptors in the retina is converted into electrical signals which are carried by the optic nerve from the eye to the brain where 'seeing' actually occurs. In many retinal diseases, such as retinitis pigmentosa (RP), the photoreceptors die, and therefore the light falling onto the retina can no longer be converted into electrical signals....
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out to me through WhatsApp and Viber at +977-9807873599 for guidance.
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.
Part-time Postgraduate Courses at Oxford. Current graduate students studying part time courses in history, literature and arts, and financial mathematics discuss their experiences during their course at Oxford, including the structure and content of their course, interactions with academics in their departments, the facilities available to part time students, and their future plans.
Learn more about the local community fund (and other local initiatives from the University of Oxford) here: http://www.ox.ac.uk/local-community/ Several grant-winners of the Oxford Community Fund discuss how they have put the money to work, across Oxford. www.ox.ac.uk/annual-review
You’ve got a startup, how do you decide what type of funding is right for you? Listen to experts from the crowdfunding, angel investing and venture capital industries as they share their knowledge and expertise to help you decide the best funding for your venture.
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.
Hi guys! This is the second part of my two-part Q&A with India, Oriel College's Outreach Officer. In this video we answer common questions about Oxford. It includes info on and more! See below for timestamps and links. If you have any further questions or requests for other videos please comment below! - Molly PART 1: https://youtu.be/napME8ylIHc ------------------------------------------------- TIMESTAMPS: 0:10 - How should a joint honours applicant approach the personal statement? 3:02 - What extra curriculars do you need and what is available at Oxford? 10:55 - How expensive is Oxford? 14:17 - What was the highlight of your Oxford experience? ------------------------------------------------- LINKS: A video about my personal statement: https://youtu.be/D4rXo6G2jUI A video about how ...
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.
Hi guys! This is the first part of my two-part Q&A with India, Oriel College's Outreach Officer. In this video we answer your submitted questions and other common questions. It includes info on grades needed, common mistakes, international applicants, interviews, personal statements and more! See below for timestamps and links. If you have any further questions or requests for other videos please comment below! - Molly PART 2: https://youtu.be/XfLju057M5I ------------------------------------------------- TIMESTAMPS: 0:13 - What is India's role as Outreach Officer? 2:14 - Can you still get tours/information if visiting Oxford not during an open day? 4:48: - Will having only 9 IGCSEs put you at a disadvantage? 5:16 - Are overseas home-schooled applicants considered in more detail? 6:38 - D...
Oxford's first distillery will be opening up its shares to the public in an attempt to raise £1million. The Oxford Artisan Distillery will launch its online crowdfunding campaign at the end of the month, which will go towards building a restaurant, bar and visitor centre. Kirstie Chambers met with the founders from the distillery.
What qualifications does Oxford expect from international applicants? What about GCSEs and A levels? I sat down with YOUR questions and the lovely Dan Pugh-Bevan from my old college at Oxford University, St Peters! Dan's job is to help people apply to Oxford, and to dispel any myths that you might believe about the university and the process of applying. International qualifications: https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/international-students/international-qualifications International support: https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/international-students Fees and funding: https://www.ox.ac.uk/students/fees-funding/search More Oxbridge videos - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZiIJMDh4ynPk4bqhsuohjqGfhZrsTd7 Vlogs from Oxford students - http://www.youtube.com/oxvl...
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.
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, Karen gives her views.