Fees, funding and scholarship search tool
Fee rates for courses offered by the Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics have been the subject of a review and in many cases have been increased significantly. This affects both Home/EU and Overseas rates. For the latest information on fees charged by the University please visit the Fees and Funding page:
Humanities Division - Graduate funding
The Humanities Division provides advice on funding for all graduate students:
UK or EU applicants - AHRC Funding
AHRC provides funding at the Master's and DPhil level for students from the UK and the European Union. Master's level awards are intended for students who intend to continue their studies to DPhil level. This should be made clear in the application.
In order to be considered for AHRC funding, applicants must ensure that all required material, including references, is submitted by the January deadline.
The Faculty may nominate Masters and D Phil applicants for AHRC funding. More information can be found here: http://www.humanities.ox.ac.uk/prospective_students/graduates/funding/ahrc
Information for current doctoral students wishing to apply for funding from their 2nd or 3rd year is available here: http://www.humanities.ox.ac.uk/current_students/graduates/funding
All applicants - Clarendon funding
Clarendon funding is available for all students. Master's funding is reserved for students who intend to continue their studies to DPhil level. This should be made clear in the application.
In order to be considered for Clarendon funding, applicants must ensure that all required material, including references, is submitted by the January deadline.
The Faculty may nominate Masters and D Phil applicants for Clarendon funding. More information can be found here: http://www.clarendon.ox.ac.uk/about/
Basant Kumar and Sarala Birla Graduate Studentship
Funding for one three-year graduate studentship has been donated by Birla International Limited. The Scholarship provides in full the tuition and college fee, and a maintenance grant commensurate to the national minimum doctoral stipend of the UK Research Councils, for three years. It is open to students of all nationalities.
The Scholarship is available for entry in 2014.
Most colleges offer their own bursaries or partial scholarships, available to applicants in a number of disciplines. These are listed in the funding search tool. In some cases, you must name the relevant college as your first choice on your application in order to be eligible for the bursary or scholarship, e.g. the Paula Soans O'Brian Scholarship and the MPhil Scholarship in the Humanities being offered by St Cross College.
In some years, the Faculty is able to offer joint scholarships with certain colleges. In years in which these scholarships are available, information on how to apply will be provided on this website.
Note also this external advice page: http://www.postgraduatestudentships.co.uk/
The Philological Society offers a Masters Bursary Scheme for study in linguistics or philology for which MPhil and MSt applicants may be eligible. See the website of the Philological Society for more details.
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