The Cambridge International Scholarships offered via the Cambridge Trusts, assists highly ranked international students undertaking PhD studies at the University. Students from UK and EU can be considered for a similar award called the Vice-Chancellor’s Awards.
||Level: Postgraduate, PhD|||Institution(s): University of Cambridge, UK|
||Location: UK,|||Field(s): Any|
||Target: All except UK citizens|||Deadline(s): 7 December (for 2017)|
There will be a total of about 250 awards recipients drawn from the highest ranked students, irrespective of nationality. The awards will provide full financial support to undertake research leading to a PhD. The Scholarships pay the University Composition Fee and a maintenance allowance sufficient for a single person.
To be eligible for the Cambridge International Scholarships, you must:
be a citizen of any country outside the United Kingdom
be applying to pursue a full-time PhD at Warwick University.
Note that the only factors taken into consideration in agreeing this list of possible recipients are academic qualifications, references and research potential. The financial situation of applicants does not affect the selection of scholarship winners.
How to Apply for the Cambridge International Scholarships
Complete the funding section of the online application form via the Applicant Portal. While doing so, indicate that you ‘wish to be considered for funding’.
Submit the Graduate Application Form. Ensure you tick the box to apply to the Cambridge Trust and completing Sections B3 (Cambridge Trust Personal Statement) and B4 (Financial Details for the Cambridge Trust).
A University Committee will draw up one ranked list of all PhD candidates across all disciplines. Successful applicants are informed at the earliest opportunity
For detailed information on how to apply, visit the Official Website.