We are committed to building a strong portfolio of funding opportunities to support Reuben College in their graduate studies. This includes full scholarships, bursaries and grants to cover fieldwork, conference participation or other costs incurred on your course.
We will provide more detailed information about such opportunities as they are confirmed.
Oxford-Reuben Graduate Scholarships
Reuben College and the University of Oxford are delighted to be working in partnership to offer the first cohort of the newly created Oxford-Reuben Graduate Scholarships, from 2021/22 entry. The College and University have confirmed that the first cycle of awards will be shared among scholars selected from three areas:
- students from underrepresented backgrounds;
- students working on relevant interdisciplinary areas; or
- from students ordinarily resident in Israel.
Students must apply in the University November and January gathered fields, and ordinarily for a course for which Reuben College admits graduate students. Scholarships will cover full fees and maintenance (normally at the level of the RCUK minimum doctoral stipend). All eligible applicants accepted for graduate study will be considered by the scholarship board, with no need to provide further information that to either the College or University.
Funding advice and resources
The University offers excellent advisory services for your financial needs, as well as a wide range of sources of financial assistance.