Students on the MSc/MPhil Environmental Change and Management course have received over 260 scholarships since we began teaching in 1994. Over 70% of our students receive full or partial support to help fund their studies. A limited number of scholarships are available through the ECI, details of which are given below. Many other scholarships are sought independently by students, often from their own countries.
Unless stated otherwise, there are no application forms for these scholarships. Applicants should make clear that they are interested in being considered for the scholarships by mentioning the scholarship(s) in the 'funding information' section of the Oxford University Application Form. Decisions regarding scholarships are made in consultation with the colleges after offers of places on the MSc/MPhil have been made, generally in April and May. Students may be invited to move from their selected college to take up a scholarship at another college.
We also receive two scholarships for students from central and eastern Europe under the OSI/FCO Chevening scheme. Details are in the Graduate admissions webpages, but note that the deadline for applications is usually in November each year and should be made directly to the local OSI/Soros Foundation office.
The majority of students on the MSc course successfully compete for International Scholarships, details of which are in the Graduate . These scholarships (such as Rhodes, Marshall, British Chevening and Shell) are not specific to our course and deadlines for application are varied and early.
The University of Oxford awards about 100 Clarendon Bursaries for postgraduate students in any subject. These are extremely competitive awards. Over 30 MSc applicants usually apply for Clarendon Bursaries but only a few, if any, will be awarded to our students.
For further information on all the scholarships awarded to our students since 1994 please see our scholarship statistics page.