International Scholarship for PhD Students 2023 is open for International Students . The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at University of Cambridge . The deadline of the scholarship is 05 Jan 2023.
The University of Cambridge is a public collegiate research university in Cambridge, England. It is offering partially funded PhD scholarships to international students who want to pursue their research career. Consistently ranked among the top universities in both national and international league tables, the University of Cambridge offers a world leading postgraduate education. With a global outlook and reach, their mission is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence. With over 300 postgraduate courses on offer at Cambridge spanning 21 types of qualification, including taught and research opportunities across an incredibly broad range of academic disciplines, you can choose a course combining your subject and research interests. The facilities and support available at the University are wide ranging.
Postgraduate students get involved in all aspects of student life beyond their academic studies. University of Cambridge have hundreds of student groups, clubs and societies relating to community and charity, drama, media, music, politics and so much more. These academic and extra-curricular opportunities help to ensure that Cambridge graduates are highly employable – many of their postgraduate students go on to further study, as well as careers across many industries and sectors, including academia.
Postgraduate study at the University of Cambridge is intense and very intellectually demanding, so the University has high academic entry requirements.
International Scholarship for PhD Students 2023 is available to undertake PhD level programs at University of Cambridge.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
Every year the University of Cambridge awards over £100m in scholarships to new postgraduate students. This money comes from many generous University and College endowments, as well as government Research Council (UKRI) funds. A lot of our students also fund their studies from external sources such as charities or government schemes and loans.
Anyone who applies to a postgraduate course at Cambridge can also apply to be considered for funding.
University of Cambridge’s major internal sources of funding are:
- Cambridge Trust
- Gates Cambridge Trust
- Harding Distinguished Postgraduate Scholars Programme (HDPSP)
- Research Councils (UKRI)
- Colleges and departments
This scholarship is open to international students.
You are normally expected to hold or to have achieved by the start of your course:
- minimum of a good upper second class (good 2:1) honours degree from a UK university or an equivalent standard from an overseas university; and
- completion of, or intermission from any current training or education course
To check if your international qualification meets the University minimum requirement, please consult the international section of our website.
You should be aware that meeting the University’s or departments’ minimum academic requirements does not guarantee entry; it is only one of the factors taken into account when academic selectors make their decision. Many other factors are also important, such as suitability for the course, proficiency in English, relevant experience, references, availability of a suitable supervisor, and the number of available places.
Further information on fees, other costs and funding can be found in our Finance pages. If you are made a conditional offer of admission you will then need to confirm that you are able to meet your fees and living costs for the length of your course. However, if you do already have funding for your study in place, you can provide details of this with your application.
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