Part of the Schedules section of the Statutes of the University of Oxford
46.1. The main objects of the Stanhope Fund, accepted by the University in 1855 from Philip Henry, fifth Earl of Stanhope, shall be the encouragement of the study of Modern History and the perpetuation of the memory of the founder.
46.2. The net income of the fund shall be used to maintain a studentship, to be called the Stanhope Studentship in Modern History.
46.3. The studentship shall be subject to the same administration and terms as the Marquis of Lothian’s Studentship in Modern History.
46.4. Congregation may from time to time amend this Part so long as the main objects of the fund, as defined in section 46.1 above, are always kept in view.