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The Oxford-Radcliffe Scholarships

In 2012, a group of Old Members of University College Oxford made an historic commitment of £10m to endow graduate scholarships, to be known as the Oxford-Radcliffe Scholarships. It was the largest single commitment received by the College in modern times and was used to support postgraduate study and research across a range of subjects.

In February 2020, a reception was held at the College to celebrate the Radcliffe benefaction and scholars; one of our last in-person events before the pandemic. A selection of scholars were interviewed about their time at Univ and the impact the benefaction has had on their academic career.

We would like to thank the following scholars for taking part: Matt Bailey (2018, Chemistry), Matteo Croci (2015, Maths), Sylvana Hassanieh (2017, Medicine), Heather Jeffery (2016, Bioscience), James King (2016, Energy), Harry Morgan (2017, Chemistry)

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A short history of the Oxford-Radcliffe Scholarships

Published: 8 July 2021

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