DPhil Criminology BAME Scholarship
DPhil Scholarship in Criminology for a UK BME student in association with Brasenose College
The Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford is committed to attracting the very best candidates for research degrees, irrespective of their background or ability to pay. Students from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) backgrounds who are ordinarily resident in the UK have been under-represented in our doctoral programme in recent years. To encourage more students from these backgrounds to apply, we have decided to offer a graduate scholarship for the D.Phil. in Criminology.
The scholarship is one of several initiatives that the University is undertaking as part of its Race Equality Charter, and is a positive action measure under s.158 of the Equality Act 2010.
The scholarship will provide full fees and maintenance support for a maximum of four years and is provided jointly by the Centre for Criminology and Brasenose College.
Eligibility is restricted to candidates who are members of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) groups (as defined by the Office for National Statistics), who are ordinarily resident in the UK (and thus liable for ‘home’ fees), and who have completed the Criminology needs-assessment form.
Terms and conditions
The scholarship will cover all tuition fees and provide a grant for living expenses at UK Research Council rates. Awards are made for up to four years of study for the DPhil subject to satisfactory academic performance. The successful candidate is guaranteed a place at Brasenose College and is eligible for a research allowance (currently £950 per annum). Careers mentoring will also be available. A comprehensive list of terms and conditions is available here
How to apply
Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission to a DPhil degree in Criminology by the January application deadline.
Once application decisions have been made, those offered places on the DPhil programme will be invited to apply for the scholarship, which will involve the completion of a form confirming that they meet the eligibility criteria; and completion of a form setting out their financial means in common with all candidates applying for our means-tested awards.
Queries relating to these studentships may be addressed to the Centre for Criminology’s Graduate Studies Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about the Centre for Criminology and Brasenose College is available at the following links:
 See UKCISA for more information: www.ukcisa.org.uk/Information--Advice/Fees-and-Money/England-fee-status
|Eligibility:||Full-time DPhil Criminology|
|Special conditions:||BAME, UK residents|
Maintenance costs (UKRI rate)
|Duration:||Full fee liability period|
|Application:||Means assessment form*
Eligibility confirmation form**
|Next year available:||TBA|
*Link to the form will be included in the Offer letter
**Link to the form will be sent in a separate email soon after the Offer letter