Last Date: 7/21 January 2022 (Year)
Study: United Kingdom
The course starts in 2022.
The Oxford-Weidenfield and Hoffman Scholarship and Leadership Program helps prominent students from transition and emerging economies in Africa, Asia, and South America to graduate from Oxford University. It is managed by the Wydenfield Hoffman Trust.
Oxford University, UK
Eligible Graduate Program:
Bachelor in BCL Civil Law.
MBA Master of Business Administration.
MJur Magistrate Juris
MPP Master of Public Administration and Policy.
MSc African Studies.
MSc Biodiversity, Conservation and Management.
MSc Comparative Social Policy
MSc Computer Science
MSc Contemporary Chinese Studies.
M.Phil in Development Studies.
MST Diplomatic Studies
MSc Economics for Development.
MSc Education (Comparative and International Education)
MSc Education (Higher Education)
MSc Energy Systems
MSc Climate Change and Management
MSc Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation
MSc Financial Economics
MSc Global Governance and Diplomacy
MSc Global Health Sciences
MSc International Health and Tropical Medicine.
MST Islamic Studies and History
Jewish MST Jewish Study.
• MST Korean Studies. MSc Latin American Studies.
MSc Law & Finance
MSc Mathematical Modeling and Scientific Computing
MSc Migration Studies
MSc Study of Modern Middle East
MSc Modern South Asian Studies.
MSc Nature, Society and Environmental Governance.
MSc Study of Refugees and Forced Displacement
• Internet MSc Social Science.
MSc Sustainability, Enterprise and Environment
MSc Water Science, Policy and Management.
Students of migration and emerging economies in Africa, Asia, and South America.
Scholarship Price / Inclusion / Duration:
The scholarship will cover 100% of university and college fees and a grant (at least 15,609) for housing expenses. Rewards are made for the entire term of your fee responsibility for the agreed course.
You must apply to start an eligible course at Oxford. You should generally reside in one of the eligible countries (see the official website for a full list). Once your course is completed, you should plan to return to your home country.
Successful applicants must show interest in serving the international community through their chosen field of work. You should be able to show the connection between the subject of your study and your long-term career goals, stating that your professional work is aimed at improving public life in your country or at the wider regional or international level. Is for Let’s see how they cooperate.
To be considered for this scholarship, you must select the Weidenfield-Hoffman Scholarship and Leadership Program in the funding section of the university’s graduate application form and pursue graduate studies for the relevant December or January deadline for your course. Should. You must also submit your application for the Weiden Field-Hoffman Scholarship (January 7 or January 21, 2022) and upload it along with your graduate application form by the deadline.