Description in brief:
The Cambridge Overseas Scholarships will be awarded by the Cambridge Trusts to excellent overseas students pursuing PhD studies at the University of Cambridge. The Vice-Awards Chancellor’s are also open to UK and Irish residents.
Institution(s) hosting the scholarship:
The University of Cambridge is located in the United Kingdom.
Level(s) of study/Field(s) of study:
At the University, eligible research programs leading to a PhD are available.
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Group to be targeted:
Candidates who will be undertaking PhD research at the University of Cambridge in 2022 and will be required to pay international university fees are eligible for the Cambridge International Scholarships International (the Vice Chancellors Scholarships are for UK and Irish nationals who are required to pay fees at the domestic rate).
Scholarship worth and benefits:
The scholarships cover the University Composition Fee as well as a single person’s monthly living allowance.
A University Committee compiles a single ranking list of all PhD candidates from all fields. Academic qualifications, references, and research potential are the only variables taken into account when deciding on this list. The financial position of candidates has no bearing on the scholarship selection process.
Instructions on how to apply:
In the finance section of the online application form via the Applicant Portal, all applicants should state their ‘want to be considered for financing.’ Applicants who want to start their PhDs in 2020-21 must submit their applications by December 2, 2021, or January 6, 2022, whichever is later.
Go to the official website (link provided below) to get the application form and further information on how to apply for this scholarship.
Official Scholarship Website: https://www.cambridgetrust.org/scholarships/v-c-awards-and-cambridge-international-scholarships/