Greyfriars Postgraduate Scholarship
Regent’s Park College is offering a postgraduate scholarship worth up to £4000 for a full-time home student who is currently engaged in, or has been accepted for, masters-level studies in a humanities subject at the University of Oxford. In recognition of the historic commitment of the Greyfriars and of Regent’s Park College to philanthropy and the inclusion of those whose life chances have been limited through no fault of their own, preference will be given to applicants whose financial needs are greatest and may otherwise prohibit their studies. The intention is that the Scholarship be applied to student fees. The holder of the scholarship is required to be, or to become, a member of Regent’s Park College, Oxford.
How to Apply
Application materials: (i) covering letter, including an explanation of any special circumstances in relation to financial need that may otherwise prohibit or make it difficult to undertake postgraduate studies at Oxford University. Also state any other postgraduate grants or scholarships applied for and awarded; (ii) current CV, including the names and contact details of two referees; (iii) research proposal written for a non-specialist audience (no longer than two pages)
Application deadline: Friday 5th May 2023
Send to: Academic Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Pamela Sue Anderson Studentship for the Encouragement of the Place of Women in Philosophy
Regent’s Park College is offering a postgraduate studentship worth up to £4000 for a student who is currently engaged in, or has been accepted for, postgraduate study at the University of Oxford.
Reflecting the distinguished contribution to scholarship of the late Professor Anderson (1955-2017), preference will be given to applicants in the fields of feminist philosophy or feminist philosophy of religion, or, failing that and as an absolute requirement, to a person working on philosophy of a kind that encourages the place of women in philosophy.
The studentship will be used to fund the tuition of one student and will be tenable for as long as the selection committee deems appropriate, subject to the condition that it shall not be tenable beyond the duration of the student’s postgraduate studies at the University of Oxford. The holder of the scholarship is required to be, or to become, a member of Regent’s Park College, Oxford.
This scholarship is not currently available.
The Tim Collins Scholarship for the Study of Love in Religion
Currently Closed to New Applications
The Project for the Study of Love in Religion is offering a scholarship worth £5,000 per annum for a student at Oxford who is writing, or intending to write a thesis that relates in some way to the place or meaning of love in religion.
The student may work in any area of the humanities, arts or social sciences, and will normally either already hold the status of a DPhil Student in the University of Oxford, or will have been accepted by the University as a Probationary Research Student on the DPhil course. In exceptional circumstances a student may gain the award for writing a thesis as part of a Master’s degree in the University of Oxford.
The scholarship will be awarded for the first year, and it is then renewable for up to a further three years, depending on satisfactory progress. The holder of the scholarship is required to be, or to become, a member of Regent’s Park College, Oxford. The holder must also be in sympathy with the aims of the Project for the Study of Love in Religion as set out on the website: www.loveinreligion.org.
How to Apply
Applicants should supply:
1. A current CV, with the names of two referees;
2. An abstract of the intended thesis;
3. A letter explaining how the thesis relates to the Study of Love in Religion, and giving an account of the applicant’s interest in the subject.
Application deadline: N/A
Applications should be sent to: email@example.com
Eligible subjects areas for the scholarship:
DPhil in Theology (Full-time or Part-time); Philosophy; Oriental Studies; Anthropology; Archaeology; Archaeology (Part-time) (Continuing Education); Archaeological Science; Ancient History (Full-time or Part-time); Classical Languages and Literature (Full-time or Part-time); General Linguistics and Comparative Philology; Classical Archaeology; International Development; Education (Full-time or Part-time); English (all subjects); English Local History (Part-time); Geography and the Environment; Fine Art (Full-time or Part-time); Continuing Education (Part-time); History of Art (Full-time or Part-time); History (History of Science and Medicine and Economic and Social History); History (HSM and ESH) (Part-time); History (Full-time and part-time); Literature and Arts; Law; Socio-Legal Studies; Music (Part-time); Politics; Medieval and Modern Languages (Full-time and Part-time); Sustainable Urban Development; Social Policy; Social Intervention; Sociology; Economics; International Relations.
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