Scholarships in Development Studies, Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, Global Governance and Diplomacy, Economics for Development and Migration Studies for the Graduate students of Non-EEA at University of Oxford, UK 2013.
- Study Subject(s) development Studies, Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, Global Governance and Diplomacy, Economics for Development and Migration Studies
- Course Level: Graduate
- Scholarship Provider: Dulverton Trust
- Scholarship can be acquired at: UK
Who is Eligible?
In the fortitude of the scholarship’s original ethos, first choice will be given to students from countries that have experienced conflict in the relatively recent past 30 years. Applicants who are resident in non-EEA countries should be intending to return to their country of ordinary residence on completion of their studies. Candidates should be applying to begin a new graduate course at Oxford in one of the following courses: M.Phil in Development Studies, MSc in Refugee & Forced Migration Studies, MSc in Migration Studies, MSc in Economics for Development or the MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of excellent academic merit. Funding may also be taken into consideration.
Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes
These scholarships were set up in the spirit of post-World War II reconciliation and are named after Captain Michael Wills MC, a former student at Magdalen College who was killed in action in Tunisia in 1943. Michael Wills was a cousin and close friend of the 2nd Lord Dulverton, and it is the Dulverton Trust that openhandedly provide finance help these scholarships. The Dulverton Trust is an independent charitable grant-making organization established by Deed in 1949 by the 1st Lord Dulverton. The Dulverton Trust also funds Dulverton Scholarships at the University of Oxford. In 2013-14, the Michael Wills Scholarships are being co-funded and run in combination with the Oxford Department of International Development. Awards are made for the full duration of a student’s fee liability for the agreed course. If your scholarship is offered for a course lasting in excess of one year, the continuation of your scholarship for the second year is subject to an annual renewal process based on satisfactory academic progress.
How to apply online:
Candidates are supposed to submit complete University Graduate Application Form. Candidates do not need to actively apply for this scholarship. All eligible candidates will be considered. In order to be considered for this scholarship, you must have secured a place on your selected programme of study by the expected final decision date (13 March 2013). Applications with an exceptional admissions decision after this date, or applications which are re-assess against the later March deadline field are not entitled for scholarship consideration.
Application Deadline: 18 January 2013.