Second edition of the Rhodes Scholar magazine

Second edition of the Rhodes Scholar magazine

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Rhodes animation 'Hands are Extraordinary Things'

Rhodes animation 'Hands are Extraordinary Things'

Launch of New Rhodes Scholarships for China

Launch of New Rhodes Scholarships for China

Scholars and stories -  life in Oxford

Scholars and stories - life in Oxford

 Second Year Retreat: Building a Life of Purpose, Meaning and Balance

Second Year Retreat: Building a Life of Purpose, Meaning and Balance

Leaving a legacy to support the Scholars of the future

Leaving a legacy to support the Scholars of the future

Welcome!

The Rhodes Scholarships are postgraduate awards supporting exceptional students from around the world to study at the University of Oxford. Established in the will of Cecil Rhodes, the Rhodes is the oldest and perhaps the most prestigious international scholarship programme in the world, which aims to nurture public-spirited leaders for the world's future. They are based at Rhodes House, Oxford.

Rhodes Trustees reflect on the legacy of Cecil John Rhodes


 The Rhodes Scholar experience in Oxford

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Rhodes e-News

Closing the Circle of History

The Rhodes Trust partnered with Nelson Mandela in 2003 to form The Mandela Rhodes Foundation. Find out more about Nelson Mandela's comments regarding this historic partnership.

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Scholar of the Week

The Hon Robert (Bob) Rae

The Hon Robert (Bob) Rae
Ontario & Balliol 1969

Recently awarded the Companion Level of the Order of Canada . Former Member of Parliament for Toronto Centre and interim leader of the Liberal Party of Canada from 2011 to 2013. He was previously leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party and the 21st Premier of Ontario.

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When Remzi Cej and his family emigrated to Newfoundland and Labrador as refugees in 2000, he was a 17-year-old student. Now 15 years later, junior high and high school students across the country are about to learn Cej's remarkable story.

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