Scholarship Overview

Fully Funded Oxford Thai Foundation Graduate Scholarship 2020 is offered for Masters degree in the field of Politics, International relations, Environmental governance. The deadline for the sending your application is Deadline varies. This scholarship is provided by University of Oxford and the value of this scholarship is Full Funding, Course fees + Grant for living costs . This scholarship is open for: Open to residents of Thailand.

Scholarship Benefits

Fully Funded Oxford Thai Foundation Graduate Scholarship Benefits :

The Oxford-Oxford Thai Foundation Graduate Scholarship 2020 covers course fees and a grant for living costs. The awards are made for the full duration of the fee liability for the agreed course. 

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Scholarship Eligibility

Fully Funded Oxford Thai Foundation Graduate Scholarship Eligibility : 

  • Applicants who are ordinarily resident in Thailand and intending to return there after graduation. 
  • Applicants to the following full-time courses will be considered: 
    • Master of Public Policy (MPP)
    • MPhil in Development Studies
    • MPhil in Politics (Comparative Government)
    • MPhil in Politics (Political Theory)
    • MPhil in International Relations
    • MSc in Comparative Social Policy
    • MSc in Economics for Development
    • MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation
    • MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy
    • MSc in Nature, Society and Environmental Governance.

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