Rhodes Scholar Video Wall
View our videos from current Scholars, Alumni and groups.
Why the Rhodes Scholarship is for you
Scholars explain why the Rhodes Scholarship is such a unique and life changing opportunity.
Edward Yee: Rhodes Profile (Singapore & St Catherine's 2019)
Edward describes his experience of doing an MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation at the University of Oxford, and what it's like to be a Rhodes Scholar.
Ryan Robinson Perinchief: Rhodes Profile (2020 Rhodes Scholar Elect)
In this interview, Ryan Robinson Perinchief (2020 Rhodes Scholar Elect) explains why he is looking forward to connecting with other Scholars when he arrives at Oxford, and how he hopes to take everything he will learn at Oxford back to Bermuda to help make his community a better place.
Timur Ohloff: Rhodes Profile (Germany & Pembroke 2017)
In this interview Timur Ohloff (Germany & Pembroke 2017) describes what it's like to study an Mphil in Comparative Government at the University of Oxford, and details his experience of being part of the Rhodes Community.
Yan Chen: Rhodes Profile (China & St John's 2019)
In this interview Yan Chen (China & St John's 2019) describes how the Rhodes community, especially other Chinese Rhodes Scholars, have helped her settle into life at Oxford.
Serena Dai: Rhodes Profile (Hong Kong & St Catherine's 2016)
In this interview, Serena Dai (Hong Kong & St Catherine's 2016) explains that her favourite aspect of the Rhodes Community is being a part of such a diverse group of Rhodes Scholars who are keen to change the world.
Lucas Tse: Rhodes Profile (Hong Kong & Hertford 2018)
Lucas Tse (Hong Kong & Hertford 2018) is studying for a masters in Economic and Social History, focusing on the development of nationalism in early 20th century China.
Majd Abdulghani: Rhodes Profile (Saudi Arabia & Balliol 2019)
Majd describes her experience of doing a DPhil in Oncology at the University of Oxford, and what it's like to be a Rhodes Scholar.
Jung Kian Ng: Rhodes Profile (Malaysia & Oriel 2017)
In this interview Jung Kian Ng (Malaysia & Oriel 2017) discusses how the past two years at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholars have been the best years of his life. He has challenged his preconceived notions of what being a Rhodes Scholar means, and has started doing things he never thought he would do.