Corpus Christi College currently offers association with a number of scholarships for graduate study (all awards are conditional on the holder being, or becoming, a member the College).
Wolf Graduate Scholarship in Economics named in honour of Martin Wolf CBE, (CCC 1965, Honorary Fellow and financial journalist who is the associate editor and chief economics commentator at the Financial Times). Jointly awarded with the Department of Economics.
- Length of studentship: The maximum length of the studentship will be 3 years (equal to the period of fee liability).
- Subject area: Where possible the recipient will undertake applied research of broad policy relevance.
- Eligibility: Only applicants for the DPhil (either direct or via transfer from the MPhil) will be considered for the studentship.
- Selection: The Department will select up to three suitably qualified DPhil offer holders from which the College will make the final decision on the recipient of the studentship.
- Number of studentships: There will be one recipient of the studentship at any one time.
Black Academic Futures Scholarship the college is a ‘headline’ funding partner of these university scholarships which offer UK Black and Mixed-Black students financial support to pursue graduate study at Oxford. More information can be found at https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/access/academic-futures#content-tab--2
A E Haigh Scholarship in association with a Clarendon Scholarship up to three Scholarships a year are awarded jointly with the University to recipients of a Clarendon Scholarship. The recipients are selected by the University and must be reading for a degree in a subject area that the College has an academic interest.
Cowley Scholarship in association with an OOC AHRC DTP Scholarship up to two Scholarships a year are awarded jointly with the University to recipients of an OOC AHRC DTP scholarship. The recipients are selected by the University and must be reading for a degree in a subject area that the College has an academic interest.