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This page describes all Scholarships specific to Linacre College.
In order to be eligible for these scholarships, students must be suitably qualified and be, or intending to become, a member of Linacre College. Please refer to the individual scholarship pages for specific eligibility criteria.
Most Scholarships do not require direct application to College and you will be automatically considered if you are eligible. If you have any queries about the Scholarships at Linacre then please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're looking for JRF information, please see the Vacancies page.
For students in Musicology-related subjects.
For a student in Theoretical Chemistry or Computational Chemical Physics.
This scholarship is open for students of Canadian nationality reading or intending to read for a postgraduate degree.
For MBA students from Africa.
For students of biological, medical & chemical sciences.
For students in a subject which addresses environmental concerns.
For DPhil Anthropology students.
For research students in the Humanities.
For MSc students from sub-Saharan Africa, reading Biodiversity, Conservation and Management, Environmental Change and Management, or Water Science, Policy and Management.
The Nosce Scholarship was set up in 2022 by a generous alumnus of the College and is awarded to an MSc student in the Social Sciences division.
For MSc students from a developing African Commonwealth country, reading Biodiversity, Conservation and Management, Environmental Change and Management, or Water Science, Policy and Management.
For a DPhil student in Law.
For a student in the Medical Sciences Division.
For gifted students from Africa to study any subject.
For Music students.
For potential future leaders from Syria, Lebanon, Jordan or Palestine, to study any subject.
For DPhil students in Anthropology.
For DPhil students in English.
For students in MSc Refugee Studies.
For DPhil students in Moral Philosophy.
For MSc Water Science, Policy and Management students from any developing sub-Saharan African country.
For students in MSc Environmental Change and Management, especially those from sub-Saharan Africa or South America.