Scholarships

We are keen that as many students as possible are able to attend Oxford Scholastica, no matter what their financial circumstances, as part of our commitment to provide 10,000 hours of support for our scholars over the next three years.

Please note, we don’t accept direct applications for scholarships. To become a Scholar, you need to be nominated by a teacher at one of our Partner Schools.

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We offer scholarship places for students who have been nominated by a teacher at one of our Partner Schools, and who would otherwise be unable to attend.

A scholarship entitles you to a place on our OxBright programme for free. OxBright is an ongoing programme of support – supported by an expert subject Mentor, you’ll experience weekly live Tutorials, giving you the chance to discuss topics you don’t cover at school, ask questions and gain insights into the skills leading universities value most. You’ll also join our thriving community of like-minded students where you can continue your learning throughout the week.

Students must meet one or more of the following criteria (if your school is an international school then you should meet the equivalent criteria in your country):

  • Aged 15-18 years old
  • In receipt of a UK Government 16 to 19 Bursary, or equivalent
  • Part of the UK’s Pupil Premium Scheme
  • Receiving free school meals, or have received them in the past five years
  • Are or have ever been a Young Carer
  • Are or have been in care
  • In receipt of a school bursary

If our Scholarship Panel accept a nomination from your teacher you will be sent an application form to fill in. If your application is successful, you will be awarded an Oxford Scholastica Academy Scholarship for one year (or until the summer of your final year at school if you are 18).

Click below for details of what to do if your school is – or isn’t – an Oxford Scholastica Partner School.

 

My school is an Oxford Scholastica Partner School

If your school is an Oxford Scholastica Partner School, and you meet one or more of the above criteria, please contact your teacher and ask them about the nomination process.

If your school is not an Oxford Scholastica Partner School, or you are unsure, please click below.

My school is not an Oxford Scholastica Partner School (or I'm not sure whether my school is)

If your school is not an Oxford Scholastica Partner School, or you’re not sure, please send them this page which describes how to become a Partner School (it’s free!).