Scholarships for new students

Scholarships for new students

St Antony's College and the College's Research Centres offer a range of scholarships for new graduates every year. Scholarships available for students starting in 2021/22 are listed below.

Overview of
funding opportunities
College Scholarships College Research Centre
and other scholarships

Overview of funding opportunities for St Antony's applicants

In addition to College funding, applicants are advised that many of the University of Oxford's scholarship schemes are tenable at St Antony's College. The University's Fees and Funding website has full information about these funding opportunities.

St Antony's students are often successful in the following major scholarship competitions: Economic and Social Research Council StudentshipsClarendon Fund ScholarshipsRhodes Scholarships and the Weidenfeld Scholarships and Leadership Programme.

Applicants must apply by the University's January application deadline to be considered for both College and University scholarships. We encourage you to apply to as many scholarships as you are eligible for to maximise your chances of receiving a funded place at Oxford.

Funding information for students who are already studying at St Antony's College can be found at the Funding for current students page.

College scholarships

Eni Scholarship: For students from Angola, Ghana, Mozambique, Nigeria, and the Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville). Fully funded. Three scholarships available.

Jusoor and Saïd Foundation Scholarship: A Scholarship for a student who is a Syrian citizen to study for a one year Master’s degree offered by St Antony's. The scholarship will be for a value of up to a maximum of $50,000. 

Swire and Oxford & Cambridge Society Kenya Scholarship: For students from Kenya for a one-year Master's course offered by the College except for the MBA or the MPP. The Scholarship is worth £30k and is awarded on the basis of exceptional academic merit and financial need.

Swire Scholarships at St Antony's College: For students from Japan, China or Hong Kong for all full-time Master’s and DPhil courses offered by the College excluding the MBA and the MPP. Fully funded. Four scholarships available.


Research Centre and other scholarships

Archie Brown and Alex Pravda Scholarship: The Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre at St Antony’s College offers this scholarship to a graduate student who will commence study on the MPhil in Russian and East European Studies course at St Antony’s in 2021/22. The scholarship of £7,500 per annum will be awarded according to academic merit.

Scott Family Scholarship: The Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies offers the Scott Family Scholarship for a student who studies for a one-year (MSc) or two-year (MPhil) degree in Japanese Studies and is worth around £9,000.  The candidates’ college in Oxford will be St. Antony’s and special consideration will be given to a student with a disability.