Deadline: 1st March 2023
Apply now for the Eni Scholarships 2023-2024, which will give up to three students the opportunity to study at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, for a fully financed degree in 2023–2024 as a result of a partnership with the global integrated energy business Eni.
Regardless of financial circumstances, St Antony’s will be able to accept up to three of the brightest African students, adding immensely to the college’s diversity and intellectual character. This is a component of an effort being jointly undertaken by Eni and St Antony’s College to strengthen and invest in African leadership.
Both St Antony’s and Eni are equally eager to encourage Eni Scholars to continue their education when they graduate from Oxford or to find rewarding employment in their home nation, and where this is feasible, to offer structured incentives. Scholars will be informed of pertinent contacts and partnerships as they develop during ongoing discussions about this.
- 100% of the fees as well as a yearly subsidy for living expenses. For courses with varying lengths, the stipend will be adjusted proportionately.
- The Eni Scholarships 2023-2024 also covers one round-trip ticket in economy class from your country of residence to the UK at the beginning and end of your programme.
- Applicants from Angola, Ghana, Mozambique, Nigeria, and the Republic of the Congo may apply for the scholarships (Congo-Brazzaville). Candidates with a first degree from an African university will be given preference.
- The scholarships will be given out based on academic ability, future prospects, and financial necessity. Candidates that clearly intend to use their acquired knowledge to advance their home country after graduation will receive preference.
- Please make sure you meet all entry requirements, including the English language requirement. For more information, consult the university’s course catalog.
Candidates must submit an application for admission to one of the following 1 year Master’s programs:
- MSc African Studies
- MSc Economic & Social History
- MSc Economics for Development
- MSc Global Governance and Diplomacy
For further information, visit Eni