Oxford-Wolfson-Marriott Graduate Scholarships are awarded to students taking various selected courses at the University of Oxford. There are eight scholarships given each year. It is funded by the university and by donations. The award covers the cost of tuition fees. It also includes a grant for living expenses valued at over £13,700. It lasts for the duration of the course but if this is more than one year there is an annual review. The courses it covers includes DPhil in Anthropology; MSc in Anthropology leading to a DPhil in Anthropology; DPhil in Archaeology, DPhil in General Linguistics and Comparative Philology; DPhil in Healthcare Innovation; DPhil in International Relations; DPhil in Politics; MSt in Islamic Art and Archaeology leading to a DPhil in Oriental Studies; MPhil in Islamic Art and Archaeology leading to a DPhil in Oriental Studies; MSt in Korean Studies leading to a DPhil in Oriental Studies; DPhil in Social Intervention; and DPhil in Social Policy.
Students must be on one of the listed courses and they must be studying full-time. They must also be from the European Economic Area or Switzerland. Preference is given to students who list Wolfson College on their university application form. The award is based on past academic performance.