- For the College Graduate Scholarships and Graduate Partnership Scholarships listed below there is no separate application process; however, applicants do need to apply to Oxford University by the relevant January deadline date for their course (dates as set by Oxford University).
- All awards are tenable at St John’s College, however it is not necessary to nominate St John’s as your college choice when applying; if you do name another college of preference you will still automatically be considered for our scholarships.
- Where applicable, preference may be given to students whose research is in an area of interest to a Fellow of the College.
College Graduate Scholarships
The Daniel Slifkin Scholarship will be awarded to an applicant who has been offered a place by the Law Faculty to read for the BCL or M.Jur course.
One scholarship will be awarded, which will provide full course fees and maintenance.
Available to Geography and the Environment applicants (Masters and DPhil) who are committed to the environmental protection and development of China or Taiwan, who will work in this field upon completion of their course.
The Scholarship provides one award for fees-only.
Graduate Partnership Scholarships
All awards offered in partnership with the University provide full course fees and maintenance for the duration of the full-fee paying period of study.
St John's College / UKRI & OOC AHRC Scholarships
A total of twelve scholarships in partnership with UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the Open-Oxford-Cambridge Arts and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Training Programme (OOC AHRC) are available for research courses in the following divisions which St John's accepts applications for. These partnership awards include the college Lamb and Flag Scholarships and the 450th Anniversary Fund Scholarships:
- Social Sciences – three scholarships
- Mathematical, Physical & Life Sciences – three scholarships
- Medical Sciences – three scholarships
- Humanities – three scholarships
Kendrew / Clarendon Scholarships
Available for applicants from economically less developed countries, more specifically, to students who are from countries whose Gross National Product (GNP) falls outside the highest 25% in the world. The Kendrew / Clarendon Scholarships are available for all taught and research courses for which St John's accepts applications
- Two scholarships will be awarded
St John's College / Clarendon Scholarships
Four scholarships are available to research courses for which St John's accepts applications.