Graduate Specific Support
The College is committed, within the limits of its available funding, to assist its postgraduate students; it is important that you are aware of all sources of financial support available to you, and how to apply for them.
Nearly all the awards mentioned in this document are provided out of the College’s Restricted Funds. This is money donated by benefactors, either in the past or on an ongoing basis. Their generosity allows us to offer these resources.
You should apply for the different kinds of support in different ways, as explained in this document. The general College Grant form is the form you are most likely to need.
It is difficult to draft guidelines that cover every case, but we hope that this document is useful. If you have any questions about any of the sources of support it describes, or your eligibility for them, please consult with your Tutor, the Senior Tutor, the Tutorial Bursar or College Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In this section, we usually use the term PhD as a shorthand term to cover all graduate students whose course is greater than 1 year in length (excluding those doing the diploma of architecture course). The term MPhil covers all other graduate students. We appreciate that some of you are studying for other degrees in these categories.