The college awards scholarships to current undergraduate students of the college, usually on the basis of academic merit. Scholars are invited to dinner with the SCR each year.
The Graduate Scholarship in Biomedical Sciences established by the Gustav Born Trust is a scholarship open to students who will be in entering the second or third year of graduate studies (with a preference for those who will be entering their second year), and reading for a research degree of the University of Oxford. They may be engaged in research in any field of biomedical sciences. It is a condition of the Scholarship that recipients must migrate to St Peter’s if they are enrolled at another college.
The value of the award will be up to £5000 per annum. Subject to satisfactory progress, it may be renewed during the period in which the student is liable for Course fees. The Scholarships are not awarded every year.
Value: Full course fees plus other financial support.
Applicants must be Singaporean citizens and preferably resident in Singapore at the time of application. The applicant must have the intention of using their experience at St Peter's College to contribute to the development of the academic and intellectual environment of Singapore.
Only one St Peter's Diggle Clarendon Scholarship is funded at a time; the Scholarship will not be awarded again in the near future.
Contact: Martin Brown
The Scholarship provides opportunities for a graduate student to participate in outreach activities organised being organised in the Museum of Natural History and the Department of Pharmacology under the auspices of the University Museum and the Saturday Club Trust affiliated to the Sorrell Foundation. Applications are sought (from graduate students at all colleges) during Michaelmas term each year.
This scholarship is awarded to a student entering the College to study history at either postgraduate taught or postgraduate research level. The award is made for one year in the first instance.