Introduction:


The Rhodes Global is inviting the outstanding international for the award of Master & PhD Degree Scholarship at Oxford University in UK.

The Rhodes Global was founded in 1902 which is oldest & most prominent international postgraduate (Master Degree) awards throughout the world which support outstanding versatile students at the University of Oxford and providing altering prospects for remarkable individuals. Organizations like Yale University Press, Time Associated Press.

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Description of Scholarship:



Rhodes Global Scholarships at Oxford University in UK 2018-19, Master/PhD Scholarship, Eligibility Criteria, Method of Applying, Description, Application Deadline
Rhodes Global Scholarships
 at Oxford University in UK 2018-19
  • The Last Date of the Scholarship is 30 June 2018 (Universities) and 31 August 2018 (Applicant). 
  • The Host Institute of the Scholarship is The Oxford University. 
  • The Fields of study is full-time postgraduate (Master Degree) degree (including the BA (Bachelor of Arts) with senior status over two years) at the University of Oxford, 
  • This Scholarship is awarded to the Master and PhD degree program, 
  • The Advantage of the Scholarship is that A Rhodes Global Scholarship covers all University of Oxford fees& the University fee of application, and personal stipend. In addition, 1 economy class airfare to Oxford at the begin of the scholarship and one economy flight back to the student’s home country at the conclusion of the scholarship are covered. 
  • The duration of the Scholarship is two years and the Scholarship may be extended for a third year for those who take a recognized route to the DPhil (PhD). 
  • The course of the scholarship will start from the month of October 2019. 
  • This Scholarship is targeted to those applicants, who are not from existing Rhodes constituencies, 
  • The Number of the Scholarship is Two (2). 
  • This scholarship will be given in the country of UK.’ 

Eligibility Criteria of Scholarship:


The following eligibility criteria apply to all applicants for the Rhodes Global Scholarships:
Citizenship & residency: The applicants who are eligible to apply from any of the existing Rhodes constituencies are not eligible for the Global Scholarship.

Age: The applicants must have reached your 18th birthday and not have passed your 24th birthday on 1 October in the year of application. The Successful Applicants will reach in Oxford in late September of the year following the selection process. The Scholarship may not be deferred.

Education: Rhodes Scholars must have completed a BA (Bachelor’s degree) before coming up to Oxford, to a sufficiently high standard to meet both the Rhodes and the University of Oxford criteria. As a guidance the successful applicants should have obtained (or be on track to achieve) a 1st class or at least 3.75/4.00 GPA or equal to. Please consult the detailed information on the How to apply for a Rhodes Global scholarship page and the course pages of the University of Oxford. 

Method of Applying:


The applicant must meet the following:
1. Application for the Scholarship:The Applications for Rhodes Scholarships start during the summer of the year before entry to Oxford, for example Summer 2018 applications should be for entry to Oxford in 2019.

The All Applicant for the Scholarship should read the information that applies universally to all Rhodes Global Scholarships under the following link: www.rhodeshouse.ox.ac.uk/apply

2. Choice of course at the University of Oxford:
The Subject to limited restrictions, Rhodes Global Scholars may read for any full-time postgraduate (Master) degree (including the BA with senior status over two years) at the University of Oxford, see the detailed Conditions of Tenure.

For the full listing of degrees offered by the University of Oxford, visit www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate.

Note to applicants: A Rhodes scholarship is confirmed once a successful applicant has been offered a place at the University of Oxford.

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