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The Africa Oxford Initiative (AfOx) is delighted to introduce the 2023 cohort of AfOx graduate scholars at the University of Oxford. The 45 AfOx scholars are from 11 African countries spread across Northern, Eastern, Middle, Southern and Western Africa. Over 66 % of the 2023 AfOx Graduate scholars are female.

Headshot of a few AfOx Scholars for the MSc for International Health and Tropical Medicine

The AfOx Graduate Scholarships offer fully funded Masters degrees at the University of Oxford to outstanding African graduates in partnership with organisations such as the Mastercard Foundation, Standard Bank Africa Group, Oppenheimer Fund, Kennedy Institute, and Oxford Partner colleges.

AfOx provides a holistic programme that supports African graduate students to thrive before, during and after their time at Oxford, while also giving them the opportunity to develop life skills beyond academia and the confidence to meet Africa’s challenges and opportunities.

More information is available on the AfOx website