Frost Scholarship Programme, 2018

University of Oxford
Study in:Uk
Deadline: 10 Jan 2018

icon Masters

icon Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Open to applicants of Israel

icon  University of Oxford

icon 10 Jan 2018

icon Full Funding, 100% tuition fees + £14,296 for living allowances

More about this scholarship

Eligibility for Frost Scholarship Programme, 2018:

  • The Frost Scholarship Programme is open to applicants of Israel.
  • The candidates applying for Frost Scholarship Programme should be enrolled in an Israeli university.
  • Applicants should not have pursued his/her education at an institution outside of Israel.
  • Candidates should be applying to a master’s courses at Oxford.

Courses applicable:

  • MSc Applied Statistics
  • MSc Archaeological Science
  • MSt Archaeological Science
  • MSc Biodiversity, Conservation & Management
  • MSc Clinical Embryology
  • MSc Computer Science
  • MSc Endovascular Neurosurgery (Interventional Neuroradiology)
  • MSc Environmental Change & Management
  • MSc Global Health Science
  • MSc History of Science, Medicine & Technology
  • MSc Integrated Immunology
  • MSc Mathematical & Computational Finance
  • MSc Mathematical Modelling & Scientific Computing
  • MSc Mathematical and Theoretical Physics
  • MSc Mathematics & Foundations of Computer Science
  • MSc Medical Anthropology
  • MSc Nature, Society & Environmental Governance
  • MSc Neuroscience
  • MSc Pharmacology
  • MSt Philosophy of Physics
  • MSc Psychological Research
  • MSc Radiation Biology
  • MSc Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
  • MSc Water Science, Policy & Management

Selection criteria:

  • The selection of the candidate for Frost Scholarship Programme is based on the academic merit.
  • For the selection of the annual cohort of scholars, the university gives priority to the candidates in order to fulfil the aim of representing a range of subject areas.

Value of Frost Scholarship Programme, 2018:

  • Scholarship includes 100% of University and college fees and a grant for living costs (atleast £14,553).

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