The Berrow Foundation Scholarships


The Scholarships

A generous donation by the Marquis de Amodio provides for up to six Scholarships every year. The Scholarships were set up in 1985 to create further links between Switzerland and Great Britain by allowing Swiss students to pursue fully funded graduate studies at the University of Oxford as members of Lincoln College. Each year, up to four Berrow Foundation Scholarships and two Berrow Foundation Lord Florey Scholarships are awarded. The Scholarships are tenable for up to three years and cover university tuition fees as well as a generous living allowance.

In the words of the Marquis:

Purpose

Since October 2014, the Berrow Foundation has had its name engraved on a new building on the grounds of Lincoln College, the Berrow Foundation Building.
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Purpose

Scope and Eligibility

Berrow Foundation Scholarships   (for members of UNIBE, UNIFR, UNIGE, UNIL, UNINE and EPFL)

Berrow Foundation Scholarships are open to Swiss or Liechtenstein nationals, domiciled in Switzerland or Liechtenstein, who are graduates from the universities of Berne, Fribourg, Geneva, Lausanne, Neuchâtel or the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale of Lausanne, and who wish to undertake any course of graduate studies at Lincoln College, Oxford. Applicants should either currently be members of one of these institutions, or be not more than five years beyond graduation from one of them. The Scholarships can only be held at Lincoln College. Applicants should not currently be studying for an award at Oxford.

You may also want to consult the current application form on the How to Apply page for additional information.

Berrow Foundation Lord Florey Scholarships   (for members of any Swiss university incl. ETHZ/EPFL)

Berrow Foundation Lord Florey Scholarships are open to candidates of Swiss or Liechtenstein nationality, domiciled in either Switzerland or Liechtenstein, who are graduates from any Swiss university, including the ETHZ and the EPFL, and who must not be more than five years beyond graduation from the first degree (except for candidates in medicine, for whom the five years limit dates from obtaining the Federal Diploma in medicine). They are intended for candidates accepted to read for a graduate degree in medical, chemical or biochemical sciences at Oxford University as members of Lincoln College. The successful candidates will also have access to a generous research fund to assist them to attend conferences at which they wish to present papers or posters.

You may also want to consult the current application form on the How to Apply page for additional information. A short biography of Lord Florey is available here.

Prospective candidates should note that research which involves the use of human embryos or their creation, including by cloning, or the use of human embryonic stem cells will NOT be funded by this Foundation.

How to Apply

For all further information regarding the application process and selection procedure, please visit our How to Apply page.




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