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University Cambridge Scholarships



University Cambridge Scholarships

Citibank Cambridge Scholarships (India): One scholarship is offered for Asia or countries of the Pacific Rim at MPhil level for a period of one year.

Subject: Finance, Economics.

Eligibility: A first class honors degree or its equivalent from a recognized university. The Scholar will be selected, in consultation with Citibank, from among those applicants who have gained admission to the University of Cambridge as a graduate student.

Value: Tuition fees, a maintenance allowance and a contribution towards airfare.

Further Details

The CitiBank Cambridge Commonwealth Trust (TPG),
C/o The Nehru Trust for Cambridge University,
Teen Murti House, Teen Murti Marg,
Nem Delhi 110011.

Suitably qualified applicants will be sent a Preliminary Application Form.

Last Date: 1st September for the following year.

Ellen McArthur Research Studentships: Three studentships are offered worldwide at PhD level for a period of one year in the first instance, may be renewed up to a maximum of three years, subject to annual applications.

Subject: Economic, History.

Eligibility: open only to those who are, or are about to become, graduate students in the University with the intention of becoming candidate for the PhD degree.

Value: To be determined by the Managers, but will not exceed that of an ESRC award (University and College fees at the home/EU rate, plus a maintenance allowance).

Further Details

4 Mill Lane,
Cambridge CB2 ' RZ, U.K.
Further information and application forms can be had from the Secretary to The Managers,
Ellen McArthur Fund,
History Faculty Enquiry Office,
West Road, Cambridge CB3 9EF, U.K.

Last date: 22nd May of the year of award.

Evans Fellowship: One or more fellowships are offered worldwide at research level for a period of one or two years in the first instance, extendable to a third year in exceptional cases, subject to satisfactory progress.

Subject: Anthropology and Archaeology (broadly defined) in relation to South East Asia, with preference for Borneo, the Malay Peninsula, Singapore and Thailand.

Eligibility: Open to graduates of any university. However, candidates applying for election for an initial period of two years will be expected to be of postdoctoral status. It is expected that the successful candidate(s) will either be based in Cambridge, or will spend a substantial period of time during or after their period of research in Cambridge.

Value: ?6,000 per annum.

Further Details: Applications together with an outline of the applicant's proposed scheme of travel and research, a curriculum vitae, and the names of two referees, must be sent to

The Secretary,
Evans Fund Advisory Committee,
Department of Social Anthropology,
Free School Lane,
Cambridge CB2 3RF, U.K.

Last date: 4th March of the year of award.

ICL Research Studentship in Automatic Computing: This scholarship is offered worldwide at research level for a maximum period of three years in the first instance, with a possibility of renewal for a forth year.

Subject:
Automatic Computing.

Eligibility:
Open to graduates of any university. The Student will have to pursue studies, in the Computer Laboratory, a course of training for research in Automatic Computing or an allied subject. A Student who on election is not a member of the University will be required to become one.

Value:
Equivalent to an EPSRC award. University and College fees as approved by the Financial Board.

Further Details
Applications should contain a statement of the candidates age and academic record and the names and addresses of at least two referees. Further information and application forms can be had from

The Head of Department,
Computer Laboratory,
New Museum Site, Pembroke Street,
Cambridge CB2 3QG, U.K.

ISAAC Newton Studentship: One studentship is offered worldwide for advanced study/research for two years.

Subject: Astronomy (especially Gravitational Astronomy but also including other branches of Astronomy and Astronomical Physics) and related branches of Physical Optics.

Eligibility: Open to graduates of any university who are research students or students of exceptional talent who are about to start research. In the latter case, the Electors are empowered to renew the studentship for a third year subject to satisfactory progress. The successful candidate must register as a member of the University.

Age: 26 years as on 1st October of the year of award.

Value: ? 5,200 per annum. Married students will receive an allowance under EPSRC conditions. The Electors may in addition award grants for fees, books, or other expenses incurred in the course of study or research.

Further Details Applications should be accompanied by such testimonials and other evidence of their qualifications as they may think fit, together with evidence of age, an account of their work bearing on Astronomy or Physical Optics and copies of papers they may have published on these or related subjects. They should also send a clear statement of the course of study or research that they propose to pursue during the tenure of the studentship. Further information and application forms can be had from

The Registrary,
University Registry,
The Old Schools,
Cambridge CB2 1TN, U.K.

Last date: 11th February of the year of award.

Oliver Gatty Studentship: These scholarship is offered worldwide at research level for one year, but may be renewed for another year or two.

Subject:
Biophysical and Colloid Science.

Eligibility:
Open to graduates of all universities, preference being given to graduates of universities outside the UK. Both graduate and postdoctoral students are eligible. The student, if not a member of the University is required to become one before the end of the term next after election.

Value:
Determined by the Electors, after taking into account the Student's circumstances and the funds available, but generally in line with the remuneration of a Research Assistant, currently ? 14,317 at age 25.

Further Details
Applicants who are not already graduate students in the University should write to the Secretary of the Board of Graduate Studies. Further information and application forms can be had from

The Registrary, University Registry,
The Old Schools,
4 MiII Land,
Cambridge CB2 lTN, U.K.

Last date: 30th April of the year of award.

Stanley Baldwin Studentships: One or Two studentships are offered worldwide at postgraduate study, research level for one year in the first instance, may be renewed one year at a time to a maximum period of three years.

Subject: British Political History, 1919-1939.

Eligibility: Applicants must be graduate students pursuing or intending to pursue a course of study or research in the subject.

Value: Up to ? 1,200 per annum. Intended to provide supplementary support only. Value to be determined by the Managers after taking into consideration the amount of other emoluments received.

Further Details Applicants who are not already graduate students in the University should write to

The Secretary of the Board of Graduate Studies,
4 Mill Lane,
Cambridge CB2 1 RZ, U.K.

Further Details
The Secretary to the Managers,
Stanley Baldwin Fund,
Faculty of History,
West Road,
Cambridge CB3 9EF, U.K.

Last date: 22nd May of the year of award. W M Tapp Studentships: This scholarship is offered worldwide at postgraduate study/research for period of study, subject to satisfactory progress.

Subject: Law.

Eligibility: Open to graduates of outstanding academic ability who are accepted by the Board of Graduate Studies (4 Mill Lane, Cambridge CB2 1 RZ, UK). Preference is given to those who name Gonville and Caius as their first choice of College.

Value: Full fees and maintenance.

Contact: Further information and application forms can be had from the Admissions Gffice, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge CB2 lTA, UK.

Last date: 15th January of the year of award.

Institute of Criminology: Manuel Lopez-Rey Studentship: One studentship is offered worldwide at postgraduate level for one year.

Subject: Criminology.

Eligibility: Open to any person who is, or is about to be registered as a Graduate student in Criminology at the University. Preference will be given to candidates who are citizens of countries in which, in the opinion of the Management Committee, there is particular need for the development of the study of Criminology.

Value: Determined by the Committee of Management at the time of election, taking into account the financial circumstances of applicants.

Further Details

The Admission's Secretary,
Institute of Criminology,
University of Cambridge 7 West Road,
Cambridge CB3 9DT, U.K.

Last date: 31st May of the year of award.

Lucy Cavendish College: Brusaries: These bursaries are offered worldwide to undergraduate students.

Subject: There is no restriction with regard to subject.

Eligibility: Open only to women applicants. Recipients will be required to become members of the College. The bursaries include the Emrneline Pankhurst Award to commemorate the work of the Suffragette pioneer and others that give preference to single parents.

Value: Varies according to the means of the applicant, not less than ? 400 a year, but will not provide full funding.

Further Details

The Secretary of the Awards Committee,

Lucy Cavendish College,
Cambridge CB3 OBU, U.K.

Last date: 31st May of the year of award.

Magdalene College: Leslie Wilson Research Scholarships: These scholarships are offered worldwide at the PhD level for a maximum period of three years.

Subject: There is no restriction with regard to subject.

Eligibility: Consideration will normally be restricted to those who have obtained, or who have a strong prospect of obtaining, a first class honors degree (or its equivalent). Preference will be given to candidates who nominate Magdalene as their first choice of College in their application for admission to the University as a graduate student. Candidates liable to pay University fees at the overseas rate must apply for ORS awards and Overseas Students Bursaries awarded by the University of Cambridge and organized by the Board of Graduate Studies.

Value: In determining the value of the scholarships in individual cases, the College will take into account the candidate's income from all other sources.

Further Details Applicants must apply to the Board of Graduate Studies, 4 Mill Lane, Cambridge CB2 1 RZ for admission to the Univer5ity as a graduate student using the CIGAS form which is obtainable from the Board. They must also complete, a Leslie Wilson Research Scholarship application form which may be obtained from the Graduate Admission Tutor, Magdalene College, Cambridge, CB3 OAG, UK.

Last Date: 1st May of the year of award.

Pembroke College: Graduate Studentship and Scholarships: These scholarships are offered at PhD level for three years.

Subject: Law (Zeigler); History (Thornton), Physics (Nahum).

Eligibility: Open to applicants who have been admitted as registered graduate students by the Board of Graduate Studies. Preference is be given to those who nominate Pembroke as their College of first choice on CIGAS Form (A). Overseas applicants are expected to apply, through the Board of Graduate Studies, for an ORS award and an Overseas Student Bursary.

Value: College fees for the duration of study.

Further Details

The Tutor for Graduate Admissions,
Pembroke College,
Cambridge CB2 1 RF, U.K.

Last date: 31st March of the year of award.

Pembroke College: Research Studentships: These studentships are offered at PhD level for three years, subject to satisfactory progress.

Subject: There is no restriction with regard to subject.

Eligibility: Open to applicants who have been admitted as registered graduate students by the Board of Graduate Studies. Preference is be given to those who nominate Pembroke as their College of first choice on CIGAS Form (A). Overseas applicants are expected to apply, through the Board of Graduate Studies, for an ORS award and an Overseas Student Bursary.

Value: Sufficient, if necessary, to pay University and College fees with a maintenance allowance equivalent to that provided by a State Studentship (?4,720 in 1993-94). Financial assistance may also be given towards the cost of fieldwork, attendance ai conferences, and other essential expenses.

Further Details

The Tutor for Graduate Admissions,

Pembroke College,
Cambridge CB2 1 RF, U.K.

Last date: 31st March of the year of award.

Sidney Sussex College: Howard Research Studentship: One studentship is offered worldwide at PhD level for up to a maximum period of three years, renewable annually, subject to satisfactory progress.

Subject: Unrestricted.

Eligibility: Applicants must have graduated with a first class honours degree or its equivalent by August of the year of application. Preference to those nominating Sidney Sussex College as their first choice in the Cambridge Intercollegiate Graduate Application Scheme (CIGAS). Candidates must be accepted by the Board of Graduate Studies (4 Mill Lane, Cambridge CB2 1 RZ).

Age: 26 years as on 1st October of the year of award.

Value: Tuition fees, a minimum of ? 1,000 as maintenance, depending on income from other sources and approved research expenses up to f350 per annum. A student without income from other sources will receive full support (? 4,910 per annum in the current year, subject to annual review).

Further Details

The Tutor for Graduate Students,

Sidney Sussex College,
Cambridge CB2 3HU, U.K.

Last date: 1st March of the year of award.

Sidney Sussex College: Smail Research Studentship: One studentship is offered worldwide at MPhil, Research leading to a higher degree level for up to a maximum of four years, renewable annually, subject to satisfactory progress.

Subject: Medieval History, with preference to study in the field of the Crusades and the Latin East.

Eligibility: Applicants must have graduated by August of the year of application. They must be accepted by the Board of Graduate Studies through the Cambridge Intercollegiate Graduate Application Scheme (CIGAS), 4 Mi41 Lane, Cambridge CB2 1 RZ, for the MPhil in Medieval History or for research leading to a higher degree. Value: ? 1,000 per annum and approved research expenses up to ? 350 per annum.

Further Details and application forms can be had from the Tutor for Graduate Students, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge CB2 3HU, UK.

Last date: 1st March of the year of award.

University of Derby:

Academic Merit Scholarships and Bursaries: Five scholarships and 5 bursaries are offered worldwide at Undergraduate, Post-graduate, Research level for a period of one year.

Subject: There is no restriction with regard to subject.

Value: ? 1,000 reduction in fee for students in their first year (bursaries); ? 1,000 reduction in fee for students who have performed well in their studies; in their second or third year. No cash is offered.

Further Details:

The Educational Exports manager,
British Council Division,
British High Commission,
17 Kasturba Gandhi Marg,
New Delhi 110001.

Last date: 31st Janurary of the year of award.

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