Rewley Scholarships

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Overview

Without alumni contributions to the Rewley Fund, these scholarships would not be possible.

Our alumni support future generations of Saïd Business School students, giving them access to the experience, world-class education, and network which the School offers. Therefore, having a tangible impact on the lives and futures of others.

Named after the 13th-Century Rewley Abbey, a place of learning for Cistercian monks, which stood on the grounds of Saïd Business School, the Rewley Scholarships continue the scholarly tradition of the site and brings the best and brightest to Oxford Saïd. 

Formerly known as the Alumni Annual Fund Scholarships, the fund has been rebranded to reflect the School’s history and the values it is taking into the future. The scholarships enable us to promote gender parity and increase diversity on our programmes, and crucially reduces the financial barrier to further study.

The Rewley Fund powers several scholarship schemes in partnership with renowned donors, such as the Forté Fellowships for Women and Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) LGBTQ+ Fellowships, and several alumni funded scholarships including the Oxford-Grace Lake Scholarship and Oxford-Leo Tong Chen Scholarships.

Whilst currently only available on MBA and MSc in Financial Economics programmes, we hope, with increased alumni giving, to expand access to the scholarships to students on all programmes in the future.

MBA

Value

We offer a range of partial awards, typically up to £20,000, contributing towards course fees.

Number available

The number of awards varies per year but typically we have approximately 10 Rewley scholars in our MBA class. 

Eligibility criteria

All MBA applicants are eligible. 

Selection criteria

Awarded on the basis of academic excellence demonstrated through degree results, GMAT or GRE score, previous university prizes and awards, and other academic achievements.

How to apply

No additional application is required. We will use the details you supply in your MBA application form to determine eligibility.  

Deadline

There is no fixed application deadline for these scholarships.

All eligible offer-holders will be considered at each MBA admissions stage, with funding available at all four stages. 

MSc in Financial Economics

Value

£10,000

Number available

One scholarship.

Eligibility criteria

All MSc in Financial Economics applicants are eligible. 

Selection criteria

Awarded on the basis of academic excellence demonstrated through degree results, GMAT or GRE score, previous university prizes and awards, and other academic achievements.

How to apply

No additional application is required. We will use the details you supply in your MSc Financial Economics application to determine your suitability for the scholarship. 

Deadline

7 January 2022

Meet our scholars

Apply to the programme

Visit our MBA or MSc in Financial Economics programme pages to find out more about these programmes.