Guarantee for a graduate-level study (PhD/Master) in Oxbridge? Watch

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Is it any easier to secure a funded graduate study in Oxford/Cambridge if you’ve graduated from either place?
Given that one had achieved a First in a certain course.

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Is it any easier to secure a funded graduate study in Oxford/Cambridge if you’ve graduated from either place?
Given that one had achieved a First in a certain course.

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Are you asking if funding is always guaranteed? That would be a no. But it would also depend on the specific course too.

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Are you asking if funding is always guaranteed? That would be a no. But it would also depend on the specific course too.

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Thanks for your response. What I actually meant is whether there is a preference for Oxbridge graduands, if they apply for a specific DPhil/PhD programme in either university.
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Thanks for your response. What I actually meant is whether there is a preference for Oxbridge graduands, if they apply for a specific DPhil/PhD programme in either university.
Plenty of graduates choose to do their postgrad at "the other place".
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I’m currenty holding an offer to study biochemistry (an integrated master degree), and my family can only afford this course til completion, and that’s the end of it. I really want to do research and I’m pretty sure grad studies is important for this career path. So, I’m asking if anyone think I should give Oxford a go.. :/
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I’m currenty holding an offer to study biochemistry (an integrated master degree), and my family can only afford this course until completion. I really want to do research and I’m pretty sure grad studies is important for this career path. So, I’m asking if anyone think I should give Oxford a go.
If you complete the MSci you don't normally do another masters, you would progress to a PhD/DPhil.

As to funding, you should probably check with the department.

Also check the postgraduate support forum.

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If you complete the MSci you don't normally do another masters, you would progress to a PhD/DPhil.

As to funding, you should probably check with the department.

Also check the postgraduate support

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