Thomas Garner Scholarships Now Open

Manor from driveway
It is with great pleasure that we introduce our new Oxford Royale Thomas Garner Scholarship for our upcoming 12-week Gap Year Research Projects.
The scholarships are named after Thomas Garner, the leading architect who restored Yarnton Manor in the late 19th Century, making it the stunning building that it is today and the ideal location for our International Study Centre.
These scholarships provide the unique opportunity for students aged 18-25 to spend 3 months in our picturesque Yarnton Manor location, studying in their chosen field with the support of Oxford Royale’s outstanding teaching staff.
Gap Year Research Projects include a wide range of subject choices, from Academic Projects such as Archaeology and Philosophy to Vocational Projects like Medicine and Law. Combining academic teaching, independent research, work experience and hands-on study, students can expect to achieve a deeper understanding of their chosen subject and will leave the course with a written thesis that they can be proud of. Gap Year Research Projects are an ideal way not only for students to increase knowledge of a subject of interest, but also to develop study skills that will give them a boost in preparing for further study or a new career path.
The Thomas Garner Scholarships will be awarded to deserving candidates based on academic merit, with reductions in course fees ranging from 25% to 100%.
We are now taking Applications for Thomas Garner Scholarships, so best of luck to all of our candidates!