James Bullock Scholarship

MSc in Taxation

The James Bullock Scholarship was established by the Oxford Law Faculty in memory of James Bullock, partner in Pinsent Masons, who died before his time in 2015 and who did so much to support tax teaching and research in Oxford.

The James Bullock Scholarship is restricted to students taking the MSc in Taxation and provides an award of £5,600 which will be paid in two instalments of £2,800 over the two years of the programme (the second instalment will be conditional upon satisfactory progress during the first year of the course).

All successful MSc in Taxation applicants will be automatically considered for this scholarship; no separate application form is required. Applicants are assessed on merit. 

Applicants must submit their MSc in Taxation applications to the University of Oxford by the January application deadline.

Eligibility: MSc in Taxation
Special conditions: n/a
Value: £2,800 per annum
Duration: Two years
College: All
Application: No separate application
Status: 2024/25 – available
Next year available:  2025/26

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