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St Catherine's College

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS 2004

St Catherine's College expects to be able to award the following Graduate Scholarships with effect from October 2004:

College Scholarship (Arts): one Graduate Scholarship of £2,000 a year, tenable for up to three years whilst the recipient is liable to pay University and College fees, and restricted to students who are, or will be reading for a research degree in the Arts at Oxford (Humanities Division, Social Science Division, Schools of Anthropology, Archaeology, and Geography).

College Scholarship (Sciences): one Graduate Scholarship of £2,000 a year, tenable for up to three years whilst the recipient is liable to pay University and College fees, and restricted to students who are, or will be reading for a research degree in the Sciences at Oxford (Mathematical and Physical Sciences Division, Medical Sciences Division, Departments of Biochemistry, Plant Sciences, and Zoology).

Glaxo Scholarship (Medicine): one Graduate Scholarship of £1,500 a year, tenable for up to three years whilst the recipient is liable to pay University and College fees, and restricted to students who have a confirmed place on the second B.M. course or the accelerated graduate entry course at Oxford. Preference will be given to students who are not eligible for full funding, for example graduates who have already completed an honours degree before embarking on the pre-clinical course.

Great Eastern Scholarship: one Graduate Scholarship of £2,000 a year, tenable for up to three years whilst the recipient is liable to pay University and College fees, and restricted to Indian nationals who are, or will be reading for a research degree at Oxford.

Leathersellers' Company Scholarship (Sciences): one Graduate Scholarship of £2,500 a year, tenable for up to three years whilst the recipient is liable to pay University and College fees, and restricted to graduates of European universities who are, or will be reading for a research degree in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computing, Earth Sciences, Engineering Science, Materials Science, Mathematics, Physics, Plant Sciences, Statistics, or Zoology at Oxford.

Overseas Scholarship: two Graduate Scholarships of £1,715 a year, tenable for up to three years whilst the recipient is liable to pay University and College fees, and restricted to students from outside the European Union who are, or will be reading for a research degree.

All the above Graduate Scholarships may be held in conjunction with another award and carry entitlement to limited Senior Common Room dining rights. They also carry entitlement to up to two years' single accommodation in College or a College House (at the current room charge rate), which should be taken in the first two years of the Scholarship.

Before awarding any Graduate Scholarships, the College must be satisfied that sufficient funding is available to cover University and College fees for the full duration of the course.

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae with a covering letter including a research outline (where appropriate) and a statement of other means of financial support to the Academic Registrar, St Catherine's College, Oxford, OX1 3UJ (e-mail academic.registrar@stcatz.ox.ac.uk). Please specify which Scholarship(s) is/are being applied for. In addition, candidates should arrange for two people acquainted with their recent academic work to send a confidential report direct to the Academic Registrar before the closing date.

The closing date for applications for all Scholarships is 7 May. The College plans to interview short-listed candidates in the week beginning 21 June.


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Cambridge University Reporter 3 March 2004
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