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Scholarship jointly offered by St Cross College and the Department of Paediatrics

St Cross College, jointly with the Department of Paediatrics, offers the following scholarship for students who will be studying for a DPhil in Paediatrics at the University of Oxford in the academic year 2017-2018. The scholarship is open to all students taking the DPhil in Paediatrics (beginning in Michaelmas 2017) at St Cross.

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