Each year, the Rhodes Trust awards 95 scholarships worldwide, including 32 to U.S. students. Past winners have displayed a wide range of intellectual interests and career goals. Historically, Rhodes winners have extraordinary academic qualifications. In addition to proven intellectual ability and academic achievement of a high standard, applicants must have integrity of character, interest in and respect for their fellow beings, and the ability to lead. A rule of thumb might be 3.8 or above.
Seniors and recent grads (up to age 24) in any field.
Funds two or three years' study at the University of Oxford toward a second bachelors or a graduate degree.
Northwestern holds internal competition, with interviews, to select nominees.
Applicants must contact Sara Anson Vaux or Elizabeth Lewis Pardoe by 15 August. Full applications will be due on internal deadline date.
ACCORDING TO RHODES RULES YOU MUST NOT SHOW A DRAFT ESSAY TO ANYONE.