Dulverton Scholarships help students from Central and Eastern Europe attend Oxford University. It is funded by the Dulverton Trust which is an independent grant-making organisation. It is aimed at students who would not normally have the financial resources to go to Oxford. The scholarship covers the full cost of tuition fees. There is also a grant worth £12,900 a year. It is available on one and two-year graduate courses so the award lasts for up to two years. Adequate academic progression is required to get the award in the second year though.
Students studying any subject can receive a Dulverton Scholarship. It must be a one or two-year graduate course though. Some courses are excluded including Postgraduate Certificate courses, Postgraduate Diploma courses, part-time courses, and non-matriculated courses. The scholarship is awarded based on academic merit so is only given to the best applicants. Students must come from one of 21 countries. Those countries are Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, FYR of Macedonia, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkey and Ukraine.