For the academic year 2024–2025, applications are now being accepted for the Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholarships and Leadership Program. In addition to providing fully funded graduate studies at the University of Oxford, this scholarship program develops tomorrow’s leaders by providing exceptional university graduates and professionals from developing and emerging economies with comprehensive leadership development, long-term mentoring, and networking programs.
The Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholarships are open to students from abroad who are enrolled in master’s degree programs in the UK. It is the largest charitable fellowship offered by the University of Oxford and was started by André Hoffmann and Lord Weidenfeld.
- Degree Level: Masters
- University: Oxford University
- Host Country: United Kingdom
- Scholarship Value: Fully Funded
- Deadline: December or January
Benefits of The Weidenfeld Hoffmann Trust Scholarship
- The leadership program and the Weidenfeld Hoffmann Scholarships will cover all educational costs at the university or college
- the whole course costs
- living allowance (with a minimum of £18,622).
- For the period that you are required to pay fees for the specified course, your award will be in effect.
Eligibility Criteria For The Weidenfeld Hoffmann Trust Scholarship
- To enroll in a new graduate program at the University of Oxford, candidates must submit an application.
- Unless they are already Weidenfeld-Hoffmann scholars, Oxford University students who are already enrolled are not eligible to apply.
- You have to make plans to go back home after earning your degree.
- Candidates who are successful must demonstrate a desire to use their chosen profession to benefit the world society.
- It should be possible for you to articulate how your topic of study relates to your long-term professional objectives.
- Magister Juris
- Master of Public Policy
- Advanced Computer Science
- African Studies
- Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
- Biodiversity, Conservation and Management
- Comparative Social Policy
- Contemporary Chinese Studies
- Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Diplomatic Studies
- Economics for Development
- Education (Comparative and International Education)
- Education (Digital and Social Change)
- Education (Higher Education)
- Energy Systems
- Environmental Change and Management
- Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation
- Financial Economics
- Global Governance and Diplomacy
- Global Health Science and Epidemiology
- International Health and Tropical Medicine
- Islamic Studies and History
- Jewish Studies
- Japanese Studies
- Korean Studies
- Latin American Studies
- Law and Finance
- Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing
- Migration Studies
- Modern Middle Eastern Studies
- Modern South Asian Studies
- Nature, Society, and Environmental Governance
- Refugee and Forced Migration Studies
- Russian and East European Studies
- Slavonic Studies
- Social Data Science
- Social Science of the Internet
- Sustainability, Enterprise, and the Environment
- Water Science, Policy, and Management
- Women’s Gender, and Sexuality Studies
- BCL Bachelor of Civil Law