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Funding for Graduate Students. If you are searching for funding we recommend that you check the Cambridge Student's webpage on Funding. These pages have information about funding opportunities for current students, as well as a useful tool search tool to help find available funding. Faculty Trust Funds. The Faculty has a number of studentships, grants and prize awards available for our.
PhD and MRes applicants must apply for any and all funding for which they are eligible. This includes funding from the Cambridge Trust, College funding, Gates Cambridge Scholarships and any external sources of funding. At the point of the PhD or MRes admission offer (February), some eligible applicants will be awarded an ESRC scholarship.
The Cambridge Trust awards approximately 500 scholarships annually to selected students at PhD, Masters and undergraduate level, in all subjects. Of these, about one-third are full-cost. The principal channel for funding for international students at Cambridge, the Trust works with more than 80 funding partners to enhance the range of scholarships available, and aspires to support as many.
Gates Cambridge Scholars and Alumni are taking part in a panel discussion on global health and vaccines at this year's online Hay Festival. Combining maths and medicine. Wed 20 May 2020. Kumar Thurimella will combine his maths and medical knowledge for his PhD in Biotechnology looking at new ways to tackle inflammatory disease. More news. About. The programme; The Trust; Scholars' council.
The following organisations have clinical PhD programmes that are currently recruiting: Wellcome Trust PhD Programme for Clinicians - University of Cambridge, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and University of East Anglia. UCL Clinical Academic Training - University College London. Edinburgh Clinical Academic Training - University of Edinburgh.
Postgraduate Funding. Check out the Gov.uk website for information about postgraduate funding. Postgraduate Studentship. Have a look at the Postgraduate Studentship website for information on postgraduate funding. The Prisoner Funder directory The Prisoner Funder directory is a resource created by the Hardman Trust which aims to support prisoners to prepare for their release back into the.
One of ten Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTP) across the UK, the Open-Oxford-Cambridge AHRC DTP brings together the Open University, the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge to provide funding and high-quality training to doctoral students in the arts and humanities. Underpinned by world-class research and training environments and.