1 May 2019.
Keith Murray Graduate Scholarship – Lincoln College University of Oxford
The Keith Murray Graduate Scholarships were founded in 1983 by friends of Lord Murray, Rector of Lincoln College from 1944-1953 and subsequently Chairman of the University Grants Committee, to honour his achievements and to commemorate his eightieth birthday. They are open to graduates from outside the United Kingdom who are accepted for a graduate degree programme at the University of Oxford.
Lincoln College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford, situated on Turl Street in central Oxford. Lincoln was founded in 1427 by Richard Fleming, then Bishop of Lincoln.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- African Studies
- Ancient Philosophy
- Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition
- Archaeological Science
- Biodiversity, Conservation and Management
- Classical Archaeology
- Classical Armenian Studies
- Classical Hebrew Studies
- Clinical Embryology
- Comparative Literature and Critical Translation
- Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology
- Comparative Social Policy
- Computer Science
- Contemporary Chinese Studies
- Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Diplomatic Studies
- Economic and Social History
- Economics for Development
- Education (Child Development and Education)
- Education (Comparative and International Education
- Education (Higher Education)
- Education (Research Design and Methodology)
- Environmental Change and Management
- Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation
- English and American Studies
- Financial Economics
- Global and Imperial History
- Global Governance and Diplomacy
- Global Health Science and Epidemiolog
- Greek and/or Latin Languages and Literature
- Greek and/or Roman History
- History of Art and Visual Culture
- History of Science, Medicine and Technology
- Integrated Immunology
- International Health and Tropical Medicine
- Japanese Studies
- Korean Studies
- Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
- Latin American Studies
- Law and Finance
- Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics
- Mathematical and Computational Finance
- Mathematical and Theoretical Physics
- Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing
- Mathematical Sciences
- Mathematics and Foundations of Computer Science
- Medical Anthropology
- Medieval Studies
- Migration Studies
- Modern Languages
- Modern Middle Eastern Studies
- Modern South Asian Studies
- Nature, Society and Environmental Governance
- Oriental Studies
- Philosophical Theology
- Philosophy of Physics
- Political Theory Research
- Politics Research
- Psychological Research
- Radiation Biology
- Refugee and Forced Migration Studies
- Russian and East European Studies
- Slavonic Studies
- Social Anthropology
- Social Data Science
- Social Science of the Internet
- Statistical Science
- Study of Religions
- Syriac Studies
- Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
- Traditional China
- Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology
- Water Science, Policy and Management
- World Literatures in English
For further information about the available courses click Here.
EGYPT, SYRIA, IRAQ, PALESTINE, JORDAN, LEBANON, TUNISIA, ALGERIA, MOROCCO, SUDAN, LIBYA, SAUDI ARABIA, EMIRATES, KUWAIT, QATAR, BAHRAIN, OMAN, YEMEN, SOMALIA, DJIBOUTI, MAURITANIA, TURKEY, IRAN, CYPRUS, COMOROS, & OTHER COUNTRIES ARE NOT FROM THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA.
One Scholarship will be awarded for 2019-20 academic year.
- Applicants must already hold an offer of a place at the University of Oxford to begin a Graduate degree programme in Autumn 2019 before submitting an application for this Scholarship.
- Applicants who have already secured partial funding for their degree course from other funding bodies are welcome to apply.
- Applications will be assessed on the candidate’s academic excellence and, especially, on their potential to make a significant extra-curricular contribution to the life of the College in general, whether in sports, arts, student leadership, community service, or other such field.
- Evidence of academic achievement will be taken from each applicant’s Oxford University Graduate Application form. Candidates will be asked to give permission for the Keith Murray Trustees to view their University of Oxford graduate application forms as evidence of their academic excellence.
- Applicants are required to submit a separate personal statement in support of their application for this scholarship, describing their most important extra-curricular activities and ambitions and to arrange for personal references to be submitted that are specific to this scholarship. The Trustees will pay particular attention to the referees comments’ on each candidate’s extra-curricular activities.
- The award will cover the costs of the course fees for the normal period of fee liability of the award-holder’s programme.
First Step: Apply first to Lincoln College by visiting the course page of your chosen course and Apply for it.
Ensure you have the necessary supporting documentation which include but NOT limited to:
- Three references (letters of recommendation).
- Official transcript(s) of previous university-level degrees.
- Statement of purpose and/or research proposal.
Second Step: Apply for the scholarship by filling the application form.
You’ll be required to provide the following:
- Personal statement describes Your most important extra-curricular activities and outside interests, including work experience.
- Sources of funding your studies.
- A list of prizes, honours and awards you received.
- Names and addresses of two referees who are able to give an assessment of your extra-curricular activities.
* Please ask your referees to submit their references directly to [email protected] by the advertised closing date.
Submit a copy of the Keith Murray Scholarship Application Form, together with their personal statement, to: The Admissions Office, Lincoln College, Oxford OX1 3DR, United Kingdom, or by email to: [email protected].
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Aya Gamal ElGeddawy/ Egypt “
Reviewed by” Amari Assam/ Algeria ”
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