Eni Master Scholarships for African Students at University of Oxford, UK 2017 Eni scholarship Application deadline: 17 March 2017.

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St Antony’s College at the University of Oxford, in partnership with the international integrated energy company Eni, is offering students from selected African countries the opportunity to study for a fully funded Master’s degree.

This will allow St Antony’s to admit some of the best African students irrespective of means and will add immeasurably to the diverse and intellectual character of the College. This is part of a joint initiative between Eni & St Antony’s College to invest in and strengthen African leadership.

For the 2017/18 academic session, students from Angola, Ghana, Mozambique, Nigeria, or the Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville) have the opportunity to study for a fully funded degree.

Fields of study
St Antony’s College specializes in international relations, politics, economics, history and anthropology. Eni Scholars will be drawn from a pool of applicants holding conditional offers of admission to the following one year taught Master’s programmes:

  • MSc African Studies
  • MSc Economics & Social History
  • MSc Economics for Development
  • MSc Global Governance & Diplomacy

Scholarship benefits

  • 100% of university and college fees, and an annual grant for living costs of £14,057 for 12 month courses and £10,722 for 9 month courses
  • The stipend for courses with different durations will be adjusted accordingly
  • The scholarship also covers one economy return airfare from your home country to the UK at the start and end of your course.

For more information and how to apply, visit: www.sant.ox.ac.uk



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