Course Fees and Scholarships

The course fee is £650 per course participant. This fee includes all lunches, refreshments and some social activities over the five days, but does not include any accommodation or travel costs.

If you are offered a place Oxford NCRM (National Centre for Research Methods) Summer School: An introduction to combining social science and molecular genetic research, you will be given a deadline by which to pay the course fee to guarantee your course place. Payment for the Summer School can be made on the Oxford University Store. Further information will also be available in your acceptance letter. Click here to pay now.

Scholarships: NCRM Training Bursaries

Applicants to the Summer School are eligible to apply to the NCRM Training Bursaries, which are up to £500 each. The goal of these scholarships is to improve the quality and range of methodological approaches used by UK social scientists. In the spirit of this, when allocating the bursaries, priority will be given to training in advanced and/or new methods. Please note that under current NCRM criteria, PhD and Master students are not eligible for these scholarships.

For this summer school, the relevant application period is:  9am 27th March – 5pm 31st March

For eligibility criteria, please refer to the NCRM Training Bursary page

Only a who have been selected to attend the summer school by the course organizers will be admitted, regardless of their scholarship outcome.

Accommodation Fees

The Oxford NCRM (National Centre for Research Methods) Summer School: An introduction to combining social science and molecular genetic research course fee does not include accommodation costs. Further information about accommodation offered for students will be available with the letter of acceptance and can found under the accommodations page.

Scholarships

Applicants are eligible for NCRM Training Bursaries worth to £500 each.

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