I hope you enjoyed today’s session and you are feeling prepared for tomorrow’s presentation.
If you are interested in attending a program at the University of Cambridge (UK), here are some interesting scholarships you should consider applying for.
To read about the scholarships available in Cambridge, plase visit:
I would particularly draw your attention to the IDB Cambridge Scholarships for PhD, where a separate application should be made to the Islamic Development Bank, and the Said Foundation Cambridge Scholarships for one-year postgraduate study.
Here is a list of other scholarships available in Cambridge that are specific for PhDs:
- Gates à 800 UK/ 7000 int’l applications : 50 offered!
- Cambridge Trust
- CHESS Cambridge Home and European Scholarship Scheme includes Allen, Meek and Read Scholarhips (Bursaries)
- Doris Woodall Studentship (Economics and allied subjects)
- Wyse Studentship in Social Anthropology
- Nightingale Research Studentships (Arts, Humanities, Mental Health)
- Churchill College studentship in the Arts
- Donald & Beryl O’May Studentship (Arts and Social Sciences including Law)
- Graduate Research Scholarship: Girton College
- Graduate Studentships Kings College
- Guggenheim Studentship Pembroke College
- Hughes Hall Bursaries (College Fee only)
- Hughes Hall Scholarships
- Leslie Wilson Research Scholarship Magdalene College
- Lewis Graduate Scholarship Robinson College
- Lord Frederick Cavendish Lucy Cavendish College (women only)
- Mary Ann Ewart Studentship Newnham College
- Newnham Major Studentships
- Peterhouse Research Studentships
- Rapson Scholarship (Classics, Oriental Studies, Indian Studies, Iranian Studies)
- Robert Gardiner Memorial Scholarships
- Root Studentship (Pembroke College)
- Wilkinson Studentship (Pembroke College)
I hope this helps. If you have questions, please ask!