Fees and Funding
2018-19 Fees: DPhil in Population Health
There are three elements to your fees that you should be aware of when calculating the cost of your studies. Fees are payable for up to three years.
A. University (Tuition) Fee
B. College Fee
C. Maintenance and Living Costs
Full details of fees can be found by visiting the University fees and funding website.
All graduate students in the department are expected to provide their own laptop. This is estimated to cost approximately £600. No bursaries are available from the department for this; however, a loan laptop may be available if it is not possible for students to provide their own equipment.
2018-19 Funding Opportunities
The University offers a variety of scholarship programmes based on academic excellence, to give the brightest students from around the world the opportunity to pursue graduate study. Over 900 fully-funded scholarships are available for new master's and doctoral students in 2018 from the University, our colleges and supporters.
Most fully funded opportunities at Oxford are only available to students about to start a new course. Once you are registered as a student, there are very few substantive scholarships available, so it is vital to explore your options early.
2018-19 University and Departmental Scholarships
All applications completed by 12 noon on Monday 8th January 2018 will automatically be considered for all relevant competitive University funding opportunities, including NDPH scholarships, the MRC, the Clarendon Fund, Oxford Colleges and other charitable sources.
Please refer to the Graduate Admissions (Funding and Costs) webpage for this course for further details relating to funded scholarships and divisional funding opportunities.
The Nuffield Department of Population Health offers up to six competitive scholarships each year to the brightest and most capable DPhil students of any nationality. This scholarship funds the University and College fees for the DPhil and provides a stipend of not less than £18,000 per year for three years for full-time study and not less than £9,000 per year for six years for part-time study.
DPhil candidates are encouraged to apply for other independent funding sources for which they may be eligible. Those who are successful in achieving partial funding for their DPhil studies may also apply for matched funding from the Department of Population Health. Please contact the Graduate Studies Office for more details.