Fees & Funding opportunities
Various funding opportunities are available for this course. Students can also carry on a 3-year DPhil programme (equivalent to a PhD) with the Grand Union Doctoral Training Partnership.
FEES - ACADEMIC YEAR 2020/21
Living Costs: Visit the University Living Costs page for an estimate of how much it costs to live and study in Oxford.
Admissions to 1+3 Grand Union Doctoral Training Partnership
Visit the Grand Union DTP website for information on 1+3 (MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine followed by a 3-year DPhil (equivalent to a PhD). Candidates wishing to apply for the 1+3 should submit with their MSc IHTM application a brief proposal of up to two pages for their DPhil research project along with the names of two supervisors (at least one of which should be NDM) by the Grand Union DTP January deadline.
If admitted on the MSc IHTM, your research proposal will be forwarded to the DPhil admission panel for consideration. Candidate will then formally apply to the DPhil once registered on the MSc.
THE EXXONMOBIL SCHOLARSHIPS IN GLOBAL HEALTH
We encourage eligible candidates from resource limited contexts to apply. The scholarship is available for 2018-19 and funding may be available for high quality applicants on a case by case basis for candidates from the following countries:
Angola, Cameroon, Chad, China, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Guyana, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Mozambique, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.
There is no separate application process in order to apply for these scholarships. All eligible candidates will automatically be considered.
*Please note that current employees of ExxonMobil or ExxonMobil affiliates and their immediate families are not eligible for this scholarship.
OTHER FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Visit the University Graduate pages for funding opportunities
The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission have now opened applications for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships on their website. In order to be considered, applicants must hold British Protected status or are nationals of (or have been granted refugee status by) and are ordinarily resident in one of the following developing Commonwealth countries, as specified by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission:
Bangladesh, Cameroon, Eswatini, Ghana, India, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Samoa, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, The Gambia, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, or Zambia.
Eligible candidates must:
- Complete the online scholarship application form issued by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission by 16:00 (GMT) on 18 December 2019. Candidates who do not complete the CSS online application form will not be considered for a scholarship.
- Submit your application for graduate study by either Friday 15th November 2019 or Friday 10th January 2020 for entry in October 2020.
This scholarship is only tenable at Brasenose College. All eligible applicants will be considered, regardless of which college (if any) you state as your preference on the graduate application form. However, successful applicants will be transferred to Brasenose College in order to take up the scholarship.
Further details can be accessed via:
- The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship website
- The University of Oxford’s Fees and Funding website
- The University of Oxford’s Funding Search
Selection is expected to take place by July 2020.