Clarendon Scholarship Results 2012

This page will be kept regularly updated with information about the Clarendon Scholarships made in the 2012 round for entry in 2012-13.

Last updated: 17 January 2012

Decisions on Clarendon Scholarships are made by funding panels in each of the University's four academic divisions based on the scholarship selection criteria and by comparing candidates across all subjects within the respective division. There is a different process for candidates who apply for a course offered by the Department of Continuing Education, which is noted below.

The results of the 2012 competition for applicants who applied by the 20 January 2012 deadline for entry in 2012-13 are shown in the table below. The table gives an indication of when you should expect to be notified if your application has been successful, although please note that it may take several days after the date noted in the table for all successful candidates to be notified.

Notices will be posted in the table when all scholarships for each division have been made. If you have not heard from us by the time this notice is posted, then your application for a Clarendon Scholarship has been unsuccessful. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we regret that we are unable to contact unsuccessful applicants individually or provide feedback on applications.

Funding offer letters are sent from the Graduate Admissions and Funding Office by email with a pdf format funding offer letter attached. Please do not contact individual departments or colleges for information about your Clarendon Scholarship application. However, some departments in the Medical Sciences Division will be sending the pdf funding offer letter directly to candidates and the participating departments are listed below.


Division
Information about results
 Humanities

All successful applicants will be notified in early April 2012.

We will have a more specific date for notification closer to the time.

 Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences (MPLS)

MPLS runs two selection processes. This does not mean that applications are considered in a two stage process.

The first selection process will take place in early March and successful candidates will be notified of their success immeadiately.

All successful candidates from the second stage will be notified from 19 March 2012. If you do not receive a scholarship offer by the time the first selection process is complete, your application may still be considered in the second selection process.

 Medical Sciences

All successful applicants will be notified from 7 March 2012.

The Medical Sciences Division will send the Graduate Admissions & Funding Office's funding offer letter directly to successful candidates.

 Social Sciences

Social Sciences runs two selection meetings. This does not mean that applications are considered in a two stage process.

All successful applicants will be notified in early April 2012.

We will have a more specific dates for notification closer to the time.

 Continuing Education

Applications to courses offered by the Department of Continuing Education first have to be nominated by the Department of Continuing Education. Applications are then reviewed by the academic division most closely related to the subject area of the course. For example, if you have applied to the MSt International Human Rights Law, a final decision will be made by the Social Sciences Division funding panel; or if you have applied to the MSt Creative Writing, the Humanities Division funding panel will be making final decisions.

Please see the timescales above for an indication of when successful applicants will be contacted.