This section highlights the options available for clinicians interested in graduate studies in Oxford.
The Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School provides extensive support and information for clinicians interested in pursuing academic/research careers.
Oxford provides a number of short and part-time graduate-level courses and programmes designed specifically for training clinicians in particular areas. These are listed under the appropriate Research Subject Areas.
Research Training Fellowships
These are designed to fund clinicians undertaking research towards a DPhil. They are generally for 3 years, pay a salary appropriate to your career stage, and usually include funding for research expenses. Some are applied for and awarded in Oxford, whereas others are awarded in external national competitions
Locally awarded Fellowships
- Oxford Cancer Centre Clinical Research Fellowships are for research in any area of cancer.
- Oxford Clinical Kennedy DPhil Studentships
- Medical Research Council
- National Institute of Health Research
- Arthritis Research UK for research in rheumatology and related areas including general practice.
- British Heart Foundation
- Jointly Funded Fellowships between MRC and various charities for research in specific areas