Graduate Scholarships

Find out more about Wadham graduate scholarships to be offered in 2021/22 and future years below. These include a range of scholarships awarded as part of the graduate admissions process. Some are limited to specific subject areas, others are potentially available to any new graduate student.

Scholarships available 2021/22

If you have a query about these scholarships, please email the Graduate Administrator (graduate.admissions@wadham.ox.ac.uk) with your specific question and naming the scholarship to which your query relates. Please do not send your CV or other materials for consideration unless explicitly directed to do so in the scholarship entries below. 

John McCall MacBain Graduate Scholarship

Who can apply? Applicants for any full-time graduate course offered by Wadham College who are permanently resident in Canada and either already hold a degree from McGill University or would anticipate having completed a degree at McGill University by October of the year preceding graduate course entry. The selection process will aim to select a candidate who embodies the values of the Foundation and the example set by John McCall MacBain, including leadership potential, entrepreneurship and creative problem-solving, community involvement, strong character, honesty and integrity, loyalty and academic excellence.

Money available: The scholarship will cover course fees in full, plus a stipend in line with that offered by the equivalent UK research council (estimated £15,560 in 2021-22). The scholarship would however not normally exceed £50,000 per annum in total.

Applicants will need to apply to the University by the relevant January 2021 deadline. Those wishing to be considered need not name Wadham as their first-choice college when applying for the course; the recipient of the scholarship will be admitted to Wadham and provided with graduate student accommodation in one of the College’s residences for the duration of their programme on condition that they complete the financial declaration process by the end of July 2021.

Eligible applicants to the University will be contacted by the College in February or March 2021 with details of the John McCall MacBain Graduate Scholarship application process and invited to register on the scholarship website if they wish to be considered for the award. The closing deadline for scholarship applications will fall in mid-April 2021, once applicants have received confirmation from the University of the outcome of their application; award of the scholarship will be conditional on the applicant having received an offer of a place from the relevant department or faculty. Those shortlisted for the scholarship will then be invited to interview by the McCall MacBain Foundation in Montreal during May 2021.

David Richards Scholarship in Climate Research

Who can apply?  Applicants for the DPhil in Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics. This scholarship is open to home and international graduate students. Please ensure that you meet the selection criteria for your course.

Money available: 100% of course fees and a grant for living costs (estimated £15,560 for 2021-22) for the period of fee liability. This scholarship has been made possible thanks to a generous donation by the family of David Richards, an alumnus of Wadham College.

Scholarships are awarded to applicants who have demonstrated excellent academic ability, who will contribute to the University’s ground-breaking research, and who will go on to contribute to the world as leaders in their field, pushing the frontiers of knowledge. The Richards family bequest contributes 60% of the funds for these scholarships, with the remaining 40% being contributed by the University of Oxford.

To be eligible for consideration for these scholarships, applicants must be successful in being offered a place on their course after consideration of applications received by the relevant January deadline for the course. Course applications which are held over after the January deadline to be re-evaluated against applications received by the March deadline or course applications which have been put on a waiting list are not eligible for scholarship consideration.

The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants will be considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) they state as their preference on the graduate application form. However, the recipient of the scholarship will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take it up.

David Richards Scholarship in Economics

Who can apply?  Applicants for the DPhil and MPhil in Economics. The scholarship is open to home and international graduate students. Please ensure that you meet the selection criteria for your course.

Money available: 100% of course fees and a grant for living costs (estimated £15,560 for 2021-22) for the period of fee liability. This scholarship has been made possible thanks to a generous donation by the family of David Richards, an alumnus of Wadham College.

Scholarships are awarded to applicants who have demonstrated excellent academic ability, who will contribute to the University’s ground-breaking research, and who will go on to contribute to the world as leaders in their field, pushing the frontiers of knowledge. The Richards family bequest contributes 60% of the funds for these scholarships, with the remaining 40% being contributed by the University of Oxford.

To be eligible for consideration for this scholarship, applicants must be successful in being offered a place on their course after consideration of applications received by the relevant January deadline. Course applications which are held over after the January deadline to be re-evaluated against applications received by the March deadline or course applications which have been put on a waiting list are not eligible for scholarship consideration.

The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants will be considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) they state as their preference on the graduate application form. However, the recipient of the scholarship will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take it up.

Oxford-Dr H Y Mok Graduate Scholarship

Who can apply? Any student applying for a graduate course in the Medical Sciences Division to which Wadham normally admits students, with a preference for students who are normally resident in Hong Kong.

Money available: The scholarship will cover course fees in full, plus a stipend for the duration of fee liability in line with that offered by Research Councils UK.

The Mok Scholarship is jointly funded by the University and Edwin Mok, alumnus of Wadham College. Edwin Mok studied Law at Wadham from 1979 and was one of the first Lee Shau Scholars to arrive at the College from Hong Kong. Edwin is a distinguished alumnus and Foundation Fellow of the College.

Application process: Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford by the relevant January application deadline. No separate application is required to be considered for this scholarship, and all eligible applicants will be considered automatically.

The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants will be considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) they state as their preference on the graduate application form. However, the recipient of the scholarship will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take it up.

Beit Trust Wadham Scholarships

Who can apply?  One scholarship is open to applicants to the full-time Master of Public Policy course and the other scholarship is open to applicants to any full-time one-year taught Masters course to which Wadham admits. In both cases they should be normally resident in Malawi, Zambia or Zimbabwe, and they will be expected to show evidence of their intention to return to their home country on completion of their course.

Money available:  The scholarships will cover course fees in full, plus a stipend in line with that offered by the equivalent UK research council.

Application details: Applicants should apply directly to the Beit Trust, who will be responsible for interviewing and shortlisting candidates. In addition applicants must make a graduate application to the relevant faculty or department at Oxford by the relevant admissions deadline. Further details can be found on the Beit Trust website.

Applicants will need to apply to the University by the relevant January deadline, and award of the scholarship will be conditional on the applicant receiving an offer of a place from the relevant department or faculty. Those wishing to be considered need not name Wadham as their first-choice college when applying for the course; the recipient of the scholarship will receive a place at Wadham should they wish to take up the offer of funding.

The Beit Trust Wadham College Scholarships are made possible thanks to the generosity of the College's donors and the Beit Trust, which aims to provide financial support to those with the greatest potential to become leaders, decision-makers and opinion-formers in their home countries of Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi.

The Oxford Department of Education – FirstRand Foundation, FNB Fund Scholarship

Who can apply? Applicants for the MSc in Education or the MSc in Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition who are ordinarily resident in South Africa, and have not previously studied at a university outside South Africa. The successful applicant will demonstrate the potential to rise to a position of leadership and influence. This scholarship is for full-time study only (not part-time).

Money available: Full course fees, plus maintenance expenses for a single postgraduate living in College accommodation (estimated £15,560 in 2021-22.)

This scholarship is offered through the generosity of the FirstRand financial services group, and in partnership with the University of Oxford's Department of Education. Its aim is to attract applicants from South Africa who demonstrate the greatest potential to become the leaders, influencers, decision-makers and opinion-makers of the future. 

Application process: If you wish to be considered for this scholarship you should submit your application for the MSc in Education or the MSc in Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition in the ordinary way by the January 2021 deadline. You will also need to apply for the scholarship directly via the FirstRand website - please note that applications do not open until December 2020.

You do not need to have nominated Wadham as your first-choice college to be considered for the scholarship, and if you name a college of preference other than Wadham you will still automatically be considered for the scholarship. Following the January deadline, shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview in South Africa, after which the scholarship will be offered to the successful candidate; receipt of the scholarship will then be conditional on them taking up the offer of a college place at Wadham.

Oxford FirstRand African Studies Scholarship

Who can apply? Applicants for the MSc in African Studies who are ordinarily resident in South Africa, and have not previously studied at a university outside South Africa. The successful applicant will demonstrate the potential to rise to a position of leadership and influence.

Money available: Full course fees, plus maintenance expenses for a single postgraduate living in College accommodation (estimated £15,560 in 2021-22)

This scholarship is offered through the generosity of the FirstRand financial services group, and in partnership with the University of Oxford's African Studies Centre. Its aim is to attract applicants from South Africa who demonstrate the greatest potential to become the leaders, influencers, decision-makers and opinion-makers of the future. 

Application process: If you wish to be considered for this scholarship you should submit your application for the MSc in African Studies in the ordinary way by the January 2021 deadline. You will also need to apply for the scholarship directly via the FirstRand website - please note that applications do not open until December 2020.

You do not need to have nominated Wadham as your first-choice college to be considered for the scholarship, and if you name a college of preference other than Wadham you will still automatically be considered for the scholarship. Following the January 2021 deadline, shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview in South Africa, after which the scholarship will be offered to the successful candidate; receipt of the scholarship will then be conditional on them taking up the offer of a college place at Wadham.

UK BAME Studentship in the Humanities

Who can apply? Applicants to any one-year full-time Masters course in the Humanities Division to which Wadham admits. To be eligible you must be a UK BAME (Black and Minority Ethnic) student.

Money available: The studentship covers course fees and provides a grant for living expenses at UK Research Council rates (estimated £15,560 in 2021-22). Awards are made for the full duration of the period of fee liability for the agreed course.

Application process: Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission to a Master’s degree in the Humanities Division by the relevant January application deadline. No separate application is required to be considered for this award. All eligible applicants will be considered automatically.

This studentship is funded through a partnership between Wadham College and the Humanities Division. Queries relating to this studentship may be addressed to the Humanities Graduate Office (graduate.admin@humanities.ox.ac.uk).

 

OOC AHRC DTP2 - Mr Michell Scholarship

Who can apply? Any student studying for a postgraduate research course in Humanities which is related to languages and to which Wadham normally admits students.

Money available: The scholarship will cover course fees in full, plus a stipend for the duration of fee liability in line with that offered by Research Councils UK.

Application process: This scholarship is offered in partnership with the Open-Oxford-Cambridge Arts and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Training Partnership (OOC AHRC DTP2) scheme. Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford by the relevant January application deadline. No separate application is required to be considered for this scholarship, and all eligible applicants will be considered automatically.

The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants will be considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) they state as their preference on the graduate application form. However, the recipient of the scholarship will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take up the scholarship.

Clarendon-Monkton Scholarship

Who can apply? Any student applying for a postgraduate research course in Humanities or Social Sciences to which Wadham normally admits students.

Money available: The scholarship will cover course fees in full, plus a stipend for the duration of fee liability in line with that offered by Research Councils UK.

This scholarship is made available through the generosity of the University’s Clarendon Fund, and of the Monkton Trust (set up by HH Monkton in November 1941).

Application process: Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford by the relevant January application deadline. No separate application is required to be considered for this scholarship, and all eligible applicants will be considered automatically.

The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants will be considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) they state as their preference on the graduate application form. However, the recipient of the scholarship will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take up the scholarship.

Peter Carter Taught Graduate Scholarship in Law

Who can apply? Any applicant for the BCL or Magister Juris (MJur).

Money available: The applicant awarded the Peter Carter Taught Graduate Scholarship in Law will receive £12,500.

Application Details: The Peter Carter Law Scholarships (see also Peter Carter Graduate Scholarship in Law below) are made available through the generosity of the PBC Trust and the Faculty of Law, to commemorate the contributions over many years of the late Peter Carter QC to the Law Faculty and to Wadham. The Taught Graduate Scholarship in Law is available to graduate students of exceptional academic merit embarking on the BCL or MJur at Wadham College and is available to law graduates of any university.

If you wish to be considered for this scholarship you should submit your application for the BCL or MJur to the Faculty of Law in the ordinary way by the relevant January deadline: there is no separate scholarship application process, and you do not need to have nominated Wadham as your first-choice college. Following the January deadline, a Faculty panel will nominate a recipient for the scholarship, which will be conditional on them taking up the offer of a college place at Wadham. 

The scholarship can be used to defray in part course fees and/or maintenance of the Scholar during their period of study. Please note that the scholarship will not cover all of the course fees, and the selected candidate, like all other applicants offered places in the College, will be required to demonstrate to the College that they have sufficient funds to cover the additional costs.

Peter Carter Graduate Scholarship in Law

Who can apply? Any applicant for the BCL, MJur, MPhil in Law or DPhil in Law

Money available: The applicant awarded the Peter Carter Graduate Scholarship in Law will receive £10,000 per fee-liable year of their course (the amount would be halved if enrollment were part-time). 

Application details: The Peter Carter Law Scholarships (see also Peter Carter Taught Graduate Scholarship in Law above) are made available through the generosity of the PBC Trust, and the Faculty of Law, to commemorate the contributions over many years of the late Peter Carter QC to the Law Faculty and to Wadham.  The Graduate Scholarship in Law is available to graduate students of exceptional academic merit embarking on the BCL, MJur, MPhil in Law or DPhil in Law at Wadham College and is available to law graduates of any university.

The scholarship can be used to defray in part course fees and/or maintenance of the Scholar during their period of study. Please note that the scholarship will not cover all of the costs of the course, and the selected candidate, like all other applicants offered places in the College, will be required to demonstrate to the College that they have sufficient funds to cover the additional costs.

Hackney BCL Scholarship

Who can apply? Any applicant for the Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL).

Money available: Full course fees, plus maintenance expenses for a single postgraduate living in College accommodation (estimated £15,560 in 2021-22)

Application details: The College offers a postgraduate scholarship for a candidate of exceptional academic merit studying for the Oxford BCL programme. The scholarship, which is named in honour of Jeffrey Hackney, an Emeritus Law Fellow of the College, is tenable only at Wadham College. It will be awarded on grounds of academic excellence and aptitude; preference may be given to applicants also holding a Rhodes Scholarship for the year of their studies.

Application process: Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission by the relevant January 2021 application deadline. No separate application is required to be considered for this scholarship. All eligible applicants will be considered automatically.

The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants will be considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) you state as your preference on the graduate application form. However, successful applicants will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take up the scholarship.

Selection is expected to take place in April 2021.

Oxford-Hackney BCL Scholarship

Who can apply? Any applicant for the Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL).

Money available: Full course fees, plus maintenance expenses for a single postgraduate living in College accommodation (estimated £15,560 in 2021-22)

Application details: The College offers a postgraduate scholarship for a candidate of exceptional academic merit studying for the Oxford BCL programme. The scholarship, which is named in honour of Jeffrey Hackney, an Emeritus Law Fellow of the College, is tenable only at Wadham College. It will be awarded on grounds of academic excellence and aptitude.

Application process: Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission by the relevant January 2021 application deadline. No separate application is required to be considered for this scholarship. All eligible applicants will be considered automatically.

The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants will be considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) you state as your preference on the graduate application form. However, successful applicants will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take up the scholarship.

Selection is expected to take place in April 2021.

Water Conservators' Scholarship

Who can apply? Any applicant to the MSc in Water Science, Policy and Management who is ordinarily resident in the EU (including the UK)

Money available: £4000 towards course fees for one year

Application process: Through the generosity of The Worshipful Company of Water Conservators (www.waterconservators.org/index) the College is able to offer one scholarship a year to a student admitted to the MSc in Water Science, Policy and Management. Those who wish to be considered for this scholarship should submit their course application by the January 2020 deadline. Those who receive a University place will then automatically be considered for the Water Conservators Scholarship by the faculty; there is no separate application process. Those wishing to be considered need not name Wadham as their first choice college; the recipient of the scholarship will receive a place at Wadham should they wish to take up the offer of funding, which is awarded on grounds of academic excellence and aptitude.

The scholarship normally has a value of £4000, to be used to defray in part course fees; in cases where an applicant has already received funding to cover their fees it cannot be used to cover their living expenses. Please note that the scholarship will not cover the fees for the course in full, and the selected candidate, like all other applicants offered places in the College, will be required to demonstrate to the College that they have sufficient funds to cover the additional costs.

Future Scholarships (not available for 2021 entry)

David Richards Scholarship in Chemistry

We do not anticipate this scholarship being available again until the 2023/24 academic year.

Who can apply?  Applicants for postgraduate research courses offered by the Department of Chemistry. The scholarship is open to home, EU and international graduate students. Please ensure that you meet the selection criteria for your course. 

Money available: 100% of course fees and a grant for living costs for the duration of the course equivalent to an RCUK stipend. This scholarship has been made possible thanks to a generous donation by the family of David Richards, an alumnus of Wadham College.

Scholarships are awarded to applicants who have demonstrated excellent academic ability, who will contribute to the University’s ground-breaking research, and who will go on to contribute to the world as leaders in their field, pushing the frontiers of knowledge. The Richards family bequest contributes 60% of the funds for these scholarships, with the remaining 40% being contributed by the University of Oxford.

To be eligible for consideration for this scholarship, applicants must be successful in being offered a place on their course after consideration of applications received by the relevant January deadline for the course. Course applications which are held over after the January deadline to be re-evaluated against applications received by the March deadline or course applications which have been put on a waiting list are not eligible for scholarship consideration.

OOC AHRC DTP2 - David Richards Scholarships in History

We do not anticipate these scholarships being available again until the 2022/23 academic year.

Who can apply?  Applicants to DPhil courses offered by the Faculty of History, who will be conducting research which is interdisciplinary in nature. This scholarship is open to home and EU graduate students. Please ensure that you meet the selection criteria for your course.

Money available: 100% of course fees and a grant for living costs for the duration of the course equivalent to an AHRC stipend. These scholarships have been made possible thanks to a generous donation by the family of David Richards, an alumnus of Wadham College.

The scholarship will be awarded to an applicant who has demonstrated excellent academic ability, who will contribute to the University’s ground-breaking research, and who will go on to contribute to the world as leaders in their field, pushing the frontiers of knowledge. The Richards family bequest contributes 60% of the funds for these scholarships, with the remaining 40% being contributed by the Arts and Humanities Research Council via the University of Oxford.

To be eligible for consideration for these scholarships, applicants must be successful in being offered a place on their course after consideration of applications received by the relevant January deadline for the course. Course applications which are held over after the January deadline to be re-evaluated against applications received by the March deadline or course applications which have been put on a waiting list are not eligible for scholarship consideration.

Oxford-Murray Classics Scholarship

We do not anticipate the Oxford-Murray Classics Scholarship being available again until the 2022/23 academic year.

Who can apply? Any applicant to the MSt or MPhil in Greek and/or Latin Languages and Literature or Greek and/or Roman History who intends to proceed to study for a DPhil.

Money available: Full course fees, plus maintenance expenses equivalent to an RCUK stipend for up to four years. Continuation of the scholarship after the first year is conditional on being admitted to either the DPhil in Classical Languages and Literature or the DPhil in Ancient History. The scholarship is jointly funded by the University and Wadham College, as a result of a generous benefaction from NR Murray.

Application details: The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants are considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) they state as their preference on the graduate application form. However, successful applicants will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take up the scholarship.

The Oxford-Murray Classics Scholarship is awarded to a student who has demonstrated excellent academic ability, who will contribute to the University’s ground-breaking research, and who will go on to contribute as a leader in the field.

Oxford-Dowding Graduate Scholarship

We do not anticipate this scholarship being available again until the 2023/24 academic year.

Who can apply? The Oxford-Dowding Graduate Scholarship is available for applicants who are applying to any full or part-time Humanities graduate course at Oxford, within the range accepted by Wadham College.

Money available: The scholarship covers course fees and a grant for living costs. Awards are made for the full duration of your fee liability for the agreed course.

This scholarship has been made possible through the support of the University and David Dowding, who read Oriental Studies at Wadham in 1967, and is now pleased to ensure that future generation of Humanities students can receive the same quality of teaching that he enjoyed.

Application process: Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission by the relevant January application deadline. No separate application is required to be considered for this scholarship. All eligible applicants will be considered automatically.

The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants will be considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) you state as your preference on the graduate application form. However, successful applicants will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take up the scholarship.

Wadham-Woodward RCUK Graduate Scholarship

We do not anticipate this scholarship being available again until the 2023/24 academic year. 

Who can apply? The Wadham-Woodward RCUK scholarship is open to applicants with Home/ROI fees status applying to any full-time 1 to 3 year graduate course to which Wadham admits.

Money available: The scholarship covers Home/ROI course fees and a grant for living costs. Awards are made for the full duration of your fee liability for the agreed course.

This scholarship has been made possible through the support from Wadham donors and RCUK.

Application process: Applicants must apply to the University of Oxford for admission by the relevant January application deadline. No separate application is required to be considered for this scholarship. All eligible applicants will be considered automatically.

The scholarship is only tenable at Wadham College. All eligible applicants will be considered for this scholarship, regardless of which college (if any) you state as your preference on the graduate application form. However, successful applicants will be transferred to Wadham College in order to take up the scholarship.

Selection is expected to take place in April of the relevant year.

Wadham Graduate Law Scholarship

We do not anticipate the Wadham Graduate Law Scholarship being available again until the 2022/23 academic year, at which time it may be open only for one or two-year Law courses.

Who can apply? Any applicant for the taught or research graduate Law courses to which Wadham College admits.

Money available: £15,000 towards course fees or living expenses per annum.

Application details: The Wadham Graduate Law Scholarship is made available through the generosity of a Wadham alumnus and in partnership with the Faculty of Law. It is awarded on grounds of academic excellence and aptitude, and is part of the College's ongoing commitment to ensuring that the best graduate students from around the world are able to study here at Oxford, regardless of their financial circumstances.

The scholarship is to be used to defray in part course fees and/or maintenance of the Scholar during their period of study. Please note that the scholarship will not cover the full cost of any course, and the selected candidate, like all other applicants offered places in the College, will be required to demonstrate to the College that they have sufficient funds to cover the additional costs.

Applicants for this scholarship should submit their application for a taught Law course to the Faculty of Law in the ordinary way by the relevant January deadline. There is no separate scholarship application process, and they do not need to have nominated Wadham as their first-choice college. If they name a college of preference other than Wadham they will still automatically be considered for the scholarship. Following the January deadline, a Faculty panel will nominate a recipient for the Scholarship, which will be conditional on them taking up the offer of a college place at Wadham.

The John Brookman Scholarship

We do not anticipate this scholarship being available again until the 2022/23 academic year.

Who can apply? The Scholarship is open to those reading for, and those who have applied to read for, a graduate degree at the University of Oxford in any subject, and who as John Brookman Scholar will participate in the musical life of the College.

Money available: £3206 in 2019-20

Scholarship details: The College will seek to elect a John Brookman Scholar. The John Brookman Scholarship was endowed by the late E. W. M. Brookman, an old member of the College, in memory of his son, John Meredith Brookman (1926-80).

The Scholarship amounted to £3206 in the 2019-20 academic year. The Brookman Fund may also be able to help with certain expenses such as instrumental tuition or hire of a piano. In addition, the Brookman Scholar will be entitled to one free dinner in Hall per week during full term (8 per term). The Scholarship is intended as a supplementary award for those with other sources of funding for their studies. It may not normally be held beyond the fourth year from admission for a graduate course.

Wadham College has a strong and varied musical tradition. Under the direction of the Fellow Director of Music, the scholar will be encouraged to develop musical activities in the College. The College Music Society presents a number of concerts each year in a variety of College venues, including the chapel and ante-chapel, and the Holywell Music Room, which belongs to the College. These include performances by College ensembles including the orchestra, by other members of the College and by distinguished visiting musicians. There are many forms of music-making in College: a Wadham group has been the headline act at the summer music festival Wadstock for the last few years; recent student groups have performed jazz, funk, classical music and many other genres. There is sung evensong in Chapel every Sunday evening, in addition to other occasional services. The chapel choir consists of between 20-30 men and women, recruited from the College and outside, some of whom hold choral scholarships. The Director of Chapel Music is Katharine Pardee, who is assisted by the chapel organist (Julian Littlewood). The Scholar will have the opportunity to play either the Chapel organ, or another instrument as appropriate, at certain services by arrangement with the Director of Chapel Music and Chapel Organist, and to give recitals at other times. If the Scholar is a singer, they will normally be expected to sing in the Chapel Choir and at other College events. The scope of the Scholar’s involvement in the varied aspects of the College’s musical life will be accommodated to their particular skills and interests.