Darwin College is a postgraduate college with an international community in which graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, senior visitors and college fellows can interact with colleagues having the broadest spectrum of research interests.
The College was founded in 1964 and takes its name from the family of Charles Darwin, who owned the buildings that now form the core of the college.
The College contributes to the funding of international students by granting Cambridge Trust scholars a partial remission of their fees.
Note for students
You are encouraged to use the Trust's scholarships search to find all the awards for which you may be eligible.