The Woolf Institute is a global leader in the study of current and historical relationships between the faith-traditions of Judaism, Islam and Christianity, with special reference to Europe and the Middle East.
The Institute was established in Cambridge in 1998, and is recognized worldwide for the excellence of its research, study and outreach programmes. Over 2000 students have successfully taken the pioneering residential and e-learning courses offered by the Institute's Centres for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations, Muslim-Jewish Relations and Public Education.
The Institute and the Cambridge Trust work together to offer the Woolf Institute Cambridge Scholarship, available to PhD applicants in subjects relevant to the work of the Institute, and to Masters applicants to the MPhil in Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies (Pathway A: Muslim-Jewish Relations).
Note for students
You are encouraged to use the Trust's scholarships search to find all the awards for which you may be eligible.