Application Due Date: 15 October 2019, 6.00 pm (UK time)
The Cambridge Trust awards roughly 500 scholarships yearly, and supports in between 1,100 and 1,400 trainees in house each year from 85 nations throughout the world. Throughout its history of over 30 years of providing scholarships at the University of Cambridge, the Trust has actually granted an overall of almost 19,00 0 scholarships to worldwide trainees.
All scholarships are readily available just for research study at the University of Cambridge,.
and need that you use to the University by means of the regular online.
application, and many scholarships need that you use by the.
appropriate due date.
Undergraduate research study
The application due date for the 2020 entry is 15 October 2019, 6.00 pm (UK time)
Nevertheless, there are some exceptions. If you are getting.
undergraduate research study and desire to be spoken with in China, Malaysia or.
Singapore, the due date is 20 September 2019
Graduate research study
If you are getting graduate research study, please check and use by the.
particular course due date. There will be 2 basic course due dates.
of 3 December 2019 and 7 January 2020
Please use by the appropriate due date set for entry to your specific course and finish the ‘Financing’ area in the online Candidate Website in order to be thought about for financing.
There will be no differential of due dates for application in between UK or EU or International graduate candidates.
These are standards on eligibility for scholarships that are.
readily available from the Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International.
All trainees, regardless of citizenship, are qualified to be thought about for financing by the Trust.
The Trust does decline applications from trainees who are part-way.
through a course at Cambridge, unless they are getting financing.
towards a greater degree course following graduation.
Candidates should be planning to begin a course at the level of.
undergraduate (omitting UK/EU candidates), Masters (such as MPhil,.
MASt, LLM), or research study postgraduate (such as PhD).
Please keep in mind that the Trust does not provide lots of scholarships to.
trainees on undergraduate courses, and has a lot more scholarship.
programs readily available to postgraduate trainees. Around 85% of the.
scholarships granted each year are to trainees taking Masters or PhD.
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