Fully Funded Oxford DPhil in Public Policy! Deadline January 7.

The Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford is offering two funding opportunities to pursue a DPhil in Public Policy. These awards are intended for academically outstanding students who are motivated to address research questions with real world policy interest and significance, and who present an interesting, innovative, and achievable research proposal and can show they are motivated and able to make positive change in the context of policy.

Through the generous support of our funding partners the Blavatnik School of Government is pleased to be able to offer the following:


The Blavatnik School of Government, together with Wolfson College, is pleased to announce a scholarship to work under the supervision of Professor Jonathan Wolff, Dr Maya Tudor, Professor Dapo Akande, Professor Chris Stone, Dr Thomas Simpson, and/or other Blavatnik School faculty members on the themes of democracy and minority rights. The scholarship covers 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 Alfred Landecker Programme aims to advance the goals of the Alfred Landecker Foundation, by drawing on lessons from the Holocaust and the collapse of European civilisation in the 1930s, and applying them to leadership today, and are especially interested in supporting doctoral work that combines a deep theoretical engagement on the themes of the programme with a concern for public policy.

Deadline: January 7, 2022. Further details on the program, scholarship, and Oxford here.


This Scholarship is designed to recruit outstanding graduate students in Public Policy. All applicants for the Blavatnik School DPhil will automatically be considered for this scholarship, when submitting an application o the Blavatnik DPhil. For more information please see the Nuffield College website.

Deadline: January 7, 2022. Further details on the program, scholarship, and Oxford here