Through the generous support of our funding partners, the Blavatnik School of Government is pleased to be able to offer a limited number of scholarships.
BLAVATNIK SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT-NUFFIELD COLLEGE JOINT GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP IN PUBLIC POLICY
The Blavatnik School of Government-Nuffield scholarship is designed to help the University and Nuffield College attract and recruit outstanding graduate students in Public Policy.
All applicants for the Blavatnik School DPhil will automatically be considered for this scholarship. For more information please see the Nuffield College website.
Please note that other scholarships linked with other colleges may also be available. For this reason, unless you already have funding secured, we recommend you submit an open college application.
DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIP ON PEOPLE MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT
The Blavatnik School of Government is pleased to announce a scholarship to work under the supervision of Dr Clare Leaver, Dr Martin J. Williams, and/or other Blavatnik School faculty members on the topic of personnel management and performance in governments worldwide. The scholarship cover full tuition fees, a stipend for living expenses, and costs of travel/research for three years for students of any nationality enrolled in the DPhil programme at the Blavatnik School. The funding is linked to the School’s People Lab, an international centre for excellence in original research and knowledge-to-practice in the area of people management.
Applicants will be assessed through the regular DPhil application process of the Blavatnik School. Please make clear in your DPhil application that you wish to be considered for the People Lab scholarship. We welcome brilliant applicants from any relevant field of social science, including but not limited to political science, economics, public policy, management, sociology, law, behavioural science or organisational behaviour. Students are ordinarily only accepted to the Blavatnik School DPhil programme if they already possess a research master’s degree or equivalent training. For any questions, please contact the admissions team.
The deadline for application is 10 January 2020.
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