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University of Cambridge Scholarships

There are 3 scholarships available at University of Cambridge.

The Bell, Abbott and Barnes Funds

Level of study

Undergraduate

Student requirements

A candidate for the B.A. degree, needing immediate help for unforeseen financial difficulties may be eligible for help from the Bell, Abbott, and Barnes Funds.

Application details

Awards from the Bell, Abbott, and Barnes Fund are made three times a year, and applications must be received by the Awarders by the Division of each term: 9th November, 13th February and either 14th or 21st May (depending on when Easter falls).

Funding type

Bursary

Paid to successful student

Per year

Further funding details

You could receive up to a maximum of £2,000 in one year, based on assessment of your need, Most grants are in the range of £100 to £1,000

Cambridge International Scholarship Scheme (CISS)

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

To be eligible to receive a Cambridge International Scholarship students must: be liable to pay the Overseas University Composition Fee (i.e. be assessed as 'Overseas' for Fee Status purposes), be engaged in a three year research programme leading to the PhD (i.e. will be registered as PhD, Probationary PhD or CPGS) starting in the next academical year, be engaged in full-time study, have a high upper-second-class undergraduate honours degree from a UK Higher Education Institution, or an equivalent from an Overseas Institution.

Application details

Not specified

Funding type

Bursary

Paid to successful student

Per year

National Scholarship Programme

Level of study

Undergraduate

Student requirements

All applicants from England and non-UK EU countries1 who receive an offer to study at Cambridge will be invited by their College to apply for a Scholarship. There are two ways in which you may be considered for the NSP fee waiver. 1. You are guaranteed a NSP award if you belong to a household whose total residual income is £25,000 per year or less, and if you also satisfy one of the following criteria: you've spent more than three months in care, you're a lone parent, you received free school meals whilst at school 2. Even if you don't meet one of the above criteria, if your household's residual income is less than £25,000 per year, you may still apply and we encourage you to do so - we anticipate that students from households with a residual income of less than £20,000 in particular still have a good chance of being awarded a fee waiver.

Application details

Not specified

Funding type

Bursary

Paid to successful student

Per year

Further funding details

£6,000 fee waiver in their first year of study.

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