The Alfred and Frances Drucker Bursary at Lincoln College, Oxford

Lincoln College is delighted to announce a new Bursary for students from the Czech Republic who have been awarded a place at the University of Oxford.

In order to encourage and support applications from the Czech Republic, Lincoln College has established the Alfred and Frances Drucker Bursary. This Bursary (£300 per annum) will be awarded each year to a student from the Czech Republic studying for a B.A. or higher degree. It will be necessary for any applicant first to secure a place at the College to read for either an undergraduate or graduate degree. Once a place has been offered to an applicant from the Czech Republic, the College will write to the applicant to invite them to apply for the Bursary.

The University of Oxford is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. It ranks among the very top institutions internationally for teaching and research. A full list of the courses offered by the University at both undergraduate and graduate level is available on its website,, where details of how to apply can also be found

Lincoln College was founded in 1427 in the University of Oxford, and is one of the 38 . Colleges within the University. It has 600 students in residence, of whom around half are graduate students: It enjoys an excellent reputation for its undergraduate education and has been among the top third of Colleges academically for the past few years. It is a popular choice for both undergraduate and graduate applicants to the University of Oxford. Lincoln offers a wide range of courses at the undergraduate level, and accepts applications for graduate study in many areas. For full details of the courses on offer, and how to apply, please consult the website in the first instance: Please note that applications for undergraduate study must be made through UCAS, and adhere to the deadlines for submission.

For more information about the Alfred and Frances Drucker Bursary, please contact Ms Susan Harrison, Director of Development, Lincoln College (email:; telephone: (+44) (0) 1865 279838

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