There are many funding opportunities at Cambridge from a wide variety of sources including the Cambridge Trust, Gates Cambridge, Colleges, departments, Research Councils and central University funds. You can use our Cambridge Funding Search page to find out which type of funding you might be eligible for, and how and when to apply.
The Faculty of Education does not operate any funding schemes of its own. However, a variety of centrally administered funding opportunities exist for graduate students. It is important for potential applicants to understand that the competition for full grants is intense.
Funding Search Tool. Use the filters to find funding opportunities which may be available to you at the University of Cambridge. Please note: This search facility does not include all available funding opportunities. You are therefore encouraged to undertake your own research for further opportunities, including the Cambridge Trust and Funded.
The scheme is funded by the University and Trust Fund donations (the Lundgren Fund and Harry Desai Fund) and administered by the Student Funding Team.
Find information on postgraduate courses offered at the University of Cambridge, guidance on how to apply and the funding and bursary opportunities available.
You can get funding for postgraduate study through loans, studentships, bursaries and grants - you might also get help from your employer. Search for postgraduate funding on the Scholarship Search.
Cambridge Trust. This scheme currently provides full funding for two students at Peterhouse. These awards are specifically for MPhil students intending to proceed to a PhD. They are partially paid for by the College and the rest from the Cambridge UK Masters Scholarships programme that is administered by the Cambridge Trust. Nominations for.
Funding Opportunities. Graduate Students require funding in order to be able to follow their chosen course. There is a range of funding opportunities available in the University, with information available on the Graduate Admissions webpages.The website now includes a searchable Funding Database, which can be used to identify the sources most appropriate to the applicant.
Graduate Funding Opportunities. The Faculty of Divinity is delighted to announce a range of funding opportunities for PhD and MPhil students applying to start research in the field of theological and religious studies at the University of Cambridge in the academic year 2019-2020.
Gates Cambridge Scholarships Gates Cambridge Scholarships are designed to support students of outstanding academic merit and leadership potential from every country of the world except the UK. Preference will be given to those judged particularly committed to serving their communities, and students from the USA will be considered first.
Gates Cambridge Scholarships. The Gates Cambridge Trust offers scholarships to students from overseas and the European Union (excluding the UK) for MPhil and PhD study. To apply, complete the funding application section of the Applicant Portal, including a 500-word personal statement. You must also submit a personal reference.
There are many funding opportunities at Cambridge from a wide variety of sources including the Cambridge Trust, Gates Cambridge, Colleges, Research Councils and central University funds. Eligibility for the funds can be based on what course you are studying, your country of origin, or other criteria.
Trinity College offers a range of competitive graduate funds (often referred to as studentships or bursaries) to students wishing to study at the University of Cambridge. Only applicants who have applied to the University of Cambridge for admission as graduate students are eligible to apply for these awards. Studentship and Bursary applications.
Funding Opportunities. There are many funding opportunities at Cambridge from a wide variety of sources including the Cambridge Trust, Gates Cambridge, Colleges, departments, Research Councils and central University funds. Information about different funding schemes and application deadlines can be found on the Graduate Admissions funding webpages.
EPSRC PhD Studentships in Engineering. A number of EPSRC doctoral training grants will be available in the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, from October 2017. Applications for these fully funded research studentships are invited from suitably qualified UK and EU students.
Gates Cambridge Scholarships. Watch our four-minute film about the Gates Cambridge Scholarship programme at the University of Cambridge. Programme. Apply overview. Applications for 2021 entry will open in September 2020. The programme. Building a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others. At Cambridge. Your time at Cambridge will be full of intellectual.
Faculty members of the Cambridge Exoplanet Research Centre welcome PhD applications from students both within and outside the University of Cambridge. Research Topics We offer a wide range of PhD projects in exoplanetary science: specific research areas are listed in our Research Themes pages, and available supervisors are listed in the Research Directory.
The PhD. The PhD is a research degree, examined, usually after three or more years of research, by a dissertation of up to 80,000 words. The criteria for obtaining the degree are that the dissertation represent a 'substantial contribution to knowledge' and that it also represent a realistic amount of work for three years' study.
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.