University Representatives

All Souls College A view of the inside of All Souls College taken from the spire of the University Church of St Mary the Virgin.© Greg Smolonski / University of Oxford Images

Institutional Representatives

Institutional Representatives are designated by officials of the college or university to guide the applicants through the process of applying for the Rhodes Scholarships.  Institutional Representatives have direct communication with the Office of the American Secretary and are listed on our website.  Updates may be sent to

Unlike some scholarship schemes, Rhodes Institutional Representatives do not have online access to applications.

Institutional Endorsements

In addition to referee letters, the Rhodes Scholarship requires an institutional endorsement.  Institutional endorsements should be supplied by the president, a dean or a designated officer such as the person responsible for graduate fellowships.  

Personal Statement Guidelines and FAQ

Important Information for 2015

In 2015, District 10 and District 5 will be piloting different forms of online video interviews. Also this year, applicants may provide supplemental evidence of their work via online links.  The link below provides these details, as well as new guidance for Indian and Chinese applicants studying in the U.S.

Video interviews in Districts 10 and 5 and links to applicant work (Revised)

Please also see the PDF below concerning students pursuing the second BA at Oxford. 

Renewed encouragement to do second BAs at Oxford

Rhodes Scholars Announced