“Through the Ertegun Programme, the best humanities graduate students in the world have the opportunity, in perpetuity, to do high-quality research, to interact with other fine minds, and to increase the sum of human knowledge and understanding.”
As Ertegun Scholars, the world’s top graduate students in the Humanities are brought together with Oxford’s exceptional community of scholars, in a unique setting that fosters dialogue across academic disciplines, across cultures, and across generations. Ertegun Scholars will leave Oxford prepared to be leaders – not only leaders in their chosen fields, but also leaders of global thought and opinion and leaders of positive action for the betterment of humanity.
Every year, at least twenty full-time graduate students in the Humanities, chosen from throughout the world in a highly competitive selection process, enjoy the benefits of this programme: payment of all tuition and college fees, a generous living stipend, and the exclusive use of Ertegun House.
For admission in 2018 at least ten scholarships will be available, for either one- and two-year full-time Master’s degrees, or three-year full-time Doctoral study. Ertegun Scholars are selected by a Selection Committee made up of the Head of Oxford’s Humanities Division and one representative from each of the faculties listed below, acting in consultation with the Board of Ertegun Overseers. Applications to The Mica and Ahmet Ertegun Graduate Scholarship Programme in the Humanities may be made by those working in fields covered by the following faculties: Classics (including Classical Archaeology and the study of Latin and ancient Greek), English Language and Literature, Fine Art (DPhil in contemporary art history and theory only), History (including the study of the history of art and the history of architecture), Linguistics Philology and Phonetics, Medieval and Modern Languages (including among others the study of French, Spanish, Italian and German), Music, Oriental Studies (including Far Eastern and Middle Eastern Studies and the study of languages including Turkish, Persian, Arabic, and Chinese), Philosophy, Theology and Religion, and the Film Aesthetics and Women’s Studies interdisciplinary courses.
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