Cambridge scholarships available through the Trust include:
Cambridge International Scholarships & Vice-Chancellor’s Awards
The aim of the Cambridge International Scholarships and Vice-Chancellor's Awards is to ensure that the highest scored students, irrespective of nationality, receive full financial support to undertake PhD studies. The Scholarships pay the University Composition Fee and a maintenance allowance sufficient for a single person.
Cambridge Caribbean Scholarships
The Cambridge Trust is offering a new studentship for students from the Caribbean region, in partnership with the University of Cambridge and Trinity College.
The programme supports students of outstanding academic ability at Masters at PhD level. Alumni will form a cohort of talented people who contribute to the future development of the Caribbean region.
An initial £2million has been pledged to the programme by the Trust, the University and Trinity College.
Rowan Williams Cambridge Studentship
The Rowan Williams Cambridge Studentship is a programme established by the Cambridge Trust to support students who face severe barriers in coming to study in Cambridge.
Cambridge Masters Studentships
Each year, the Cambridge Trust offers a number of Cambridge Masters Studentships to enable the top-scoring applicants for one-year postgraduate study to benefit from part-cost awards of a variable amount but typically of £12,000 each towards their studies.
Cambridge Opportunity Masters and Get In Cambridge Studentships
Cambridge Opportunity Studentships are for Masters students from low-income households with experience of educational disadvantage who are set at the Home rate for fees.
Get In Cambridge Studentships follow the same criteria and are reserved to address the under-representation of students from Black, British Bangladeshi or British Pakistani backgrounds.
HRH The Prince of Wales Scholarships for Small Island Developing States
The ‘HRH The Prince of Wales Scholarship for Small Island Developing States’ is part of a new programme of climate action scholarships for students from small island nations developed by Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, Professor Stephen Toope, working with His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. The initiative recognises the disproportionate effects of climate change on Small Island Developing States and supports students on courses that engage with sustainability, helping them develop their existing skills and knowledge to address the severe effects of climate change in the countries from which they come.
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