Cambridge International Scholarships
- Awarding Body – The Cambridge Trust
- Host Institution(s) – University of Cambridge, UK
- Where can you study to get the scholarship – University of Cambridge, UK
- Deadline – 3 Dec 2020/7 Jan 2021 (Awarded annual)
DESCRIPTION OF SCHOLARSHIP
The Cambridge International Scholarships give full financial aid to PhD students. The award is given irrespective of nationality to students with highest scores. A composition fee and a maintenance allowance is paid by the Scholarship to the university for a selected student. The vice chancellor’s awards are for the United Kingdom and Irish nationals.
- Eligible Countries/ Regions – No Restrictions
- Gender Restrictions – No Restrictions
- Age Restrictions – No Restrictions
General Eligibility Requirements
Must be a PhD student
Should be highest scored student
Have acquired an MSc degree
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The scholarships pay the University Composition Fee.
Maintenance allowance sufficient for a single person.
All applicants should fill the funding section of the online application form. The form is available on the application portal. To start a PhD in the next academic year, applicants must apply on 3 December or 7 January. Depending on their appropriate deadline. Check the link for the application and funding deadlines.
Applicants for the scholarship should portal tick the box and fill the Cambridge Trust Personal Statement.
A Committee will compose a scored list of all PhD applicants in all disciplines. The list will be compiled based on academic qualifications, research potential and references.
PS: Scholarship winners are selected regardless of their financial situation
Selected applicants are notified at the earliest opportunity (early match) by the Cambridge Trust