The Mathematical Institute, Department of Computer Science and the Department of Statistics at the University of Oxford are consistently ranked amongst the very best mathematical sciences and computer science departments in the world, for both teaching and research. As part of University of Oxford’s Black Academic Futures Scholarships we are delighted to invite talented UK Black or Mixed-Black students to apply for four fully funded postgraduate scholarships in 2022-2023 on one of the courses below:
MSc in Mathematical Sciences
MSc in Statistical Science
MSc in Advanced Computer Science
MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing
MSc in Mathematics and the Foundations of Computer Science
MSc in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
MSc in Mathematical and Computational Finance
Terms and Conditions
The studentships cover all tuition fees and provide a grant for living expenses at UKRI rates (£15,609 p.a. in 2021-22). Awards are made for the duration of the period of fee liability for the course to Black or Mixed-Black students who are ordinary residents in the UK.
How to apply
To apply for the studentships, all you have to do is submit your completed application (including ethnicity information) by the January deadline for a course listed above. All applicants who declare themselves to be of UK Black or UK Mixed-Black ethnicity will be automatically considered.
Queries relating to the MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing, MSc in Mathematical Sciences, MSc in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics, MSc in Mathematical and Computational Finance and MSc in Mathematics and the Foundations of Computer Science may be addressed to the Mathematical Institute Graduate Studies Office (email@example.com).
Queries relating to the MSc in Statistical Sciences may be addressed to the Department of Statistics Graduate Studies Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Queries relating to the MSc in Advanced Computer Science may be addressed to the Department of Computer Science (email@example.com).
About Jane Street
Oxford University is delighted to be working with Jane Street to present this new scholarship programme to support currently underrepresented groups to pursue their studies at Oxford. Jane Street is a long-term partner of the University, providing internships and employment opportunities to alumni of the Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Sciences programmes. Jane Street shares the University’s commitment to diversify the Mathematical and Computer Science ecosystems and Oxford University is grateful for Jane Street’s financial support, which has made these scholarships possible.