Pembroke Black Academic Futures Scholarship in Mathematics

The Mathematical Institute is consistently ranked amongst the very best mathematics departments in the world, for both teaching and research. We are committed to attracting the world’s most talented students and working with them, to help them maximise their potential, regardless of race, gender, religion or background.

As part of the University of Oxford’s Black Academic Futures Scholarships the Mathematical Institute and Pembroke College are delighted to invite talented UK Black or Mixed-Black students to apply for one fully funded postgraduate scholarship in 2022-2023 on one of the courses below:

DPhil in Mathematics

Centre for Doctoral Training in Mathematics of Random Systems

Terms and conditions

The scholarship covers all tuition fees (for the fee liability period of the course) and provides a grant for living expenses at UKRI rates (£15,609 p.a. in 2021-22) for four years. The award is for Black or Mixed-Black students who are ordinary residents in the UK.

How to apply

To apply for the studentships, all you have to do is submit your completed application (including ethnicity information) by the January deadline for the DPhil in Mathematics. All applicants who declare themselves to be of UK Black or UK Mixed-Black ethnicity will be automatically considered.

Pembroke College

The scholarship is only tenable at Pembroke College.

Pembroke is a lively academic community occupying beautiful historic buildings in the centre of Oxford. We seek to attract the brightest minds and have a strong focus on scholarship and research.

The College has a vibrant and supportive graduate community made up of more than 250 graduate students and offers a range of benefits to graduates, with a variety of accommodation, including self-contained flats for couples. Pembroke graduates also have the opportunity to apply to the Dean of Graduates’ fund for financial support for conference attendance and travel costs.




Queries may be addressed to the Mathematical Institute Graduate Studies Office ( )