The application form, used to apply for admissions to any graduate philosophy programme, will also be used for applications for funding, such as for the Clarendon fund, so you will not need to apply separately for these. Please note that you must tick the relevant scholarship boxes on the application form if you wish to be considered for an Ertegun scholarship (see Mica and Ahmet Ertegun Postgraduate Scholarships in the Humanities for details), AHRC scholarships or other University of Oxford scholarships (e.g. Weidenfeld-Hoffman Scholarships or Hill Foundation Scholarships); you will not be considered for these scholarships if you have not done so. Do ensure that you are indeed eligible for any particular source of funding before ticking the box.
Across the University, there are over a thousand scholarships available, as indicated on the Oxford Graduate Scholarships website. Full information on University scholarships, including the dates by which funding decisions will be made, is available on the Scholarships A-Z Listing website. Applicants may also be eligible for other scholarships not specifically mentioned on this website; to check which advertised University and college funding opportunities you are eligible for, do consult the online Graduate Funding Search Tool. Scholarships are very competitive, and success cannot be guaranteed - it is therefore advisable to explore all possible funding sources. You can find some tips on the Funding Top Tips website.
Please see below for information on the scholarships that are currently known to the Faculty and which may be available in the next admissions cycle. It is possible that further scholarships may become available at a later point.
A summary of external scholarships and search facilities can be found on the External Scholarships webpage. These are managed by organisations external to Oxford, therefore various application processes and closing dates will apply. If you have any questions, please contact the relevant organisation directly.