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Please apply now to the University of Oxford here (link), before September/October 2013 (for enrollment starting October 2014).
We currently do not have the capacity to provide advice or assistance on how to apply to the University of Oxford, and we do not have control over any acceptance decisions.
If you are successfully admitted, please email us at email@example.com immediately. We will respond starting in January 2014 within 2-3 weeks of your email.
We cannot guarantee that we can provide you with a full scholarship, but we will do our best.
We will select candidates based on their financial need, as well as on their potential to become world leaders and to bolster the human capital within Afghanistan. You will qualify if:
You were, or at least one of your parents was, born in Afghanistan or an Afghan refugee community outside of Afghanistan, such as in Pakistan, Iran, Central Asia, or India; and
You have already applied to the University of Oxford and have been offered a letter of acceptance. (We have no control over this decision.)
In addition, the University of Oxford accepts students regardless of whether or not you have enough funds to meet the tuition and living costs for 3-years of undergraduate study at the time when you submit your application.
Some colleges may allow successful candidates who do not have the finances to cover their costs to defer enrolling but keep their acceptance offer. During this year, we will try to fund funds for you. Please contact the colleges directly (not us) to see which ones allow for this condition.
Note: The OWAY scholarship application is completely separate from the undergraduate Univeristy of Oxford application. Our OWAY scholarship recipient will need to have been accepted to the University of Oxford before receiving the scholarship. Prospective applicants need to apply separately to the University of Oxford. Please refer to the University of Oxford undergraduate admissions web pages for more information.
Please remember that successful applications may possibly require high A-level or International Baccalaureate, English TOEFL or IELTS, and course-specific exam scores, as well as subsequent in-person or electronic interviews. The British Council in Afghanistan may have more information on these topics and their website can be found here.