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AlThuraya Cambridge Scholarship

This scholarship is available to Masters applicants from a number of Middle Eastern and North African countries, whose subject falls within the fields of Genetic Sciences, Bioinformatics, Public Health, Law, Computer Sciences and Telecommunications, Energy or Water Science.

Application:

No separate application is required for this scholarship, only the application to the University of Cambridge.

Value:

Variable

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Bseisu-University of Cambridge Scholarship

This scholarship is available to Master's and PhD applicants who are citizens of Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine or Syria

Application:

No separate application is required for this scholarship; only the application to the University of Cambridge

Conditions:

Priority will be given to those applying for courses within STEM subjects.  Candidates may apply for a Master's or PhD course in any subject, excluding those offered by the Schools of Arts and Humanities, and Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Cambridge

Value:

University tuition fee

Annual stipend (sufficient for a single person)

Funding partners:

Cambridge Trust Scholarship (postgraduate)

Application:

There is no separate application required for this scholarship.

Value:

Contribution towards University tuition fee

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Chevening/Cambridge Scholarship

This scholarship is available to Master's applicants from countries in which Chevening Scholarships are awarded.

Application:

In addition to applying to the University of Cambridge, candidates for 2019-20 should apply to the Chevening programme before 6 November 2018.

Conditions:

Applicants should demonstrate leadership potential, and require financial assistance to study at the University of Cambridge. Check your country on the Chevening website for any subject priorities.

Value:

University tuition fee

Annual stipend (sufficient for a single person)

Some other expenses

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CSLA Cambridge Scholarship

This scholarship is available for Masters study in a range of subjects - Communications and Media; Culture, History and Society; Development Studies; Economics; Education Management and Leadership; Environmental and Natural Resource Management; Gender Studies; Law and Human Rights; Politics and International Studies; Public Health and Health Management; Public Policy and Administration; Social Work and Social Policy.

Applications will be accepted from residents of Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Laos, Libya, Myanmar, Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

Application:

Applications to the Civil Society Leadership Award programme in 2018-19 are already closed.

Conditions:

Applicants should meet the eligibility criteria detailed on the Civil Society Leadership Awards website.

Value:

University tuition fee

Annual stipend (sufficient for a single person)

Travel costs, and certain other expenses

Funding partners:

Rowan Williams Cambridge Studentship

Application:

A separate application is required for this scholarship

Conditions:

  • Applicants should be from an area of instability or zone of conflict and, or have been, at risk of discrimination, persecution, suffering, violence or other abuse of their human rights.
  • Applicants should mention in their Personal Statement how they meet the eligibility criteria.

Value:

University tuition fee

Annual stipend for a single person

Other allowances (i.e. travel, visa and immigration health surcharge costs) considered on a need basis

Funding partners:

Saïd Foundation Cambridge Scholarship

This scholarship is available to Master's or PhD applicants from Jordan, Syria, Palestine (including Palestinians inside Israel) and Lebanon.

Priority is given to candidates living permanently in the Foundation's target countries; however, Syrian applicants who are currently residing elsewhere will be considered, due to the current circumstances in Syria.

There are no restrictions on academic subjects, but priority will be given to candidates who can demonstrate that their subject will enable them to contribute to the development of their home country.

Application:

In addition to applying to the University of Cambridge, candidates must also apply to the Saïd Foundation by 1 November 2018.

 

Applications for the 2019/20 Said Foundation Scholarships will open on Wednesday 1 August 2018 and close at 23:59 (UK time) on Thursday 1 November.  All the necessary details are available on the Foundation's web site.  Applicants will need to apply via the Foundation's online application system.

 

Conditions:

  • Candidates should hold the equivalent of a UK 2:1 degree or higher, and demonstrate that they have the potential to be leaders in their field.
  • Candidates are not required to have work experience, but prlority will be given to those who have some work experience and can demonstrate that their studies will benefit their field of work on return to the Middle East.

Value:

University tuition fee

Annual stipend (sufficient for a single person)

Contribution towards travel costs

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Santander Cambridge Scholarship

This scholarship is available to Masters applicants from any country, although priority will be given to applicants from members of the network of Santander Universities.

Application:

No separate application is required for this scholarship.

 

 

Value:

£10,000 for Home student (including EU)

£15,000 for Overseas/International student

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Snowdon Cambridge Scholarship

This scholarship is available to Masters applicants of any nationality and in any subject, who self-identify as having a physical or sensory disability.

Application:

No initial separate application is required for this scholarship. only the online application to the University of Cambridge.

 

Eligible candidates will be invited by the Cambridge Trust to submit additional information, to assist the Snowdon Trust in scholar selection.

Value:

Up to £30,000

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Woolf Institute Cambridge Scholarship

This scholarship is available to PhD applicants in subjects relevant to the work of the Woolf Institute (the study of relations between Jews, Christians and Muslims) and to Masters applicants to the MPhil in Middle Eastern Studies: Muslim-Jewish Relations.

Interested applicants are recommended to contact the Woolf Institute to discuss their proposed research topic.  Please email Dr Emma Harris, Director of Studies on eth22[at]cam.ac.uk.

Application:

No separate application is required for this scholarship.

Value:

University tuition fee

Annual stipend (sufficient for a single person)

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