The University of Oxford is offering two Oxford Natural Motion graduate funding opportunities in Zoology. These opportunities are open to Home/EU applicants only.
The Department of Zoology carries out research on a very broad range of topics, though with an emphasis on problems involving how organisms evolve and interact with their environment.
Worthy opportunity for Home/EU applicants only.
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University or Organization: University of Oxford
Course Level: Graduate (DPhil) program
Access Mode: Online
Number of Awards: NA
Nationality: Home/EU applicants only
The program can be taken in the Uk
Application Deadline: Closed
- One of these financial aid positions will be tenable at Lady Margaret Hall and named the Oxford-Lady Margaret Hall-Natural Motion Graduate Scholarship.
- The studentships are awarded in the field of Zoology.
- All eligible applicants will be considered for this application , regardless of which college (if any) you state as your preference on the graduate application form. However, successful applicants will be transferred to Lady Margaret Hall in order to take up the program.
Nationality: The studentships are open to Home/EU applicants.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: Applications are made online using the standard University application form available from September 1, 2017. All applications to the DPhil in Zoology will be automatically considered for this application .
- Admission Requirement: Applicants must have undergraduate degree.
- Language Requirement: All international applicants for whom English is not the native tongue must provide proof of competence in the English language.
Benefit: These opportunities are open to Home/EU applicants only and cover university fees, college fees and a grant for living costs of at least £14,553.