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Following a generous gift made by Mr Harish Salve, a Friend of Exeter College, the College seeks to elect a Salve Scholar from among candidates who are normally resident in India and who have an offer of admission to Oxford University and a place at Exeter College to read for the BCL degree in Law in the academic year 2016–17.
Where a suitable candidate is identified, the Scholarship will be awarded in conjunction with an Oxford University Clarendon Fund award, and together these awards will fund all University and College fees and a grant to cover living expenses. Otherwise, it will be awarded as a standalone Scholarship, in which case its value will be up to that of the UK’s Arts & Humanities Research Council stipend (currently £14,057).
The Scholarship is for the one-year BCL degree in the first instance. However, should the Scholar be offered, and accept, a place on the MPhil in Law course having excelled on the BCL course, a further year’s funding will be made available.
1.The applicant normally should be resident of India.
2.The applicant should have an offer of admission from Oxford University and a place at Exeter College to read for the BCL degree in Law in the academic year 2016–17.
Apply by the University's January 2017 deadline for the BCL course.
Applicants should apply to the university directly for a Clarendon Award, marking Exeter as their preferred College. If an applicant is successful in attaining a Clarendon Award and meets the above criteria, he/she will automatically be considered for a Salve scholarship.
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