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Awards

Kellogg offers a variety of awards in acknowledgement of work carried out by students in relation to their studies or in support of something that has enhanced their experience of studying at Oxford.

Each year Kellogg College is pleased to offer a Monika Tesarova Fund Bursary of £100 made available due to the generosity of a College Fellow. The Monika Tesarova Fund Bursary exists to support a Kellogg student wishing to invest in their studies or take up an opportunity while studying at Oxford that they would ordinarily be precluded from doing due to financial constraints. While this does not have to be directly relevant to your studies (although it may be), it must be something that you believe will enhance your experience of studying at Oxford. You must be within fee liability to apply. For instance, you may wish to take part in a departmental trip, apply for an internship, or subscribe to an academic journal. These are just suggestions, and aren’t prescriptive or comprehensive. You will have your own idea of how the Monika Tesarova Fund Bursary may assist you.

If you would like to be considered for this year’s Monika Tesarova Fund Bursary, please email scholarships@kellogg.ox.ac.uk introducing yourself, giving details of the opportunity you have in mind, and a brief explanation of the financial constraints that currently prevent you from doing this. Your email application will then be considered by the College’s Hardship Committee whose decision is final. The deadline for applications is noon (GMT) on Friday Week 8 of Hilary Term, 10 March 2023. The successful applicant will be expected to provide a summary of how the Monika Tesarova Fund has assisted them.

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