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Humanities scholarships at University of Cambridge

There are 3 scholarships available at University of Cambridge.

Jesus College Cambridge Schröder Scholarship in German Studies

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

One Cambridge Schröder Scholarship in German Studies is awarded directly every three years, in conjunction with the Cambridge Trust, to be next awarded to a student starting their graduate studies in the 2019/20 academic year. Only one scholar can be in residence at any one time. The award is made to an outstanding first year PhD applicant in German Studies or comparative/cross-disciplinary topics who has chosen Jesus College as their first preference on their University application. The scholarship recipient is selected by the Department of German and Dutch, the Cambridge Trust and Jesus College. The scholarship is awarded as £10,000 per academic year for 3 years maximum (overseas applicants), or 50% of total fees including stipend for Home/EU students.

Funding type

Bursary

Bursary value

9,32,689

Paid to successful student

Per year

Application deadline

Expected September 2020

Jeremy Maule Memorial Award

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

The Jeremy Maule Memorial Award is awarded for the best overall performance proceeding from the MPhil to the PhD, working in the field of Medieval and Renaissance Literature. The award is in memory of Jeremy Maule, a Fellow of Trinity College, who was active in supervising students in this field.

Funding type

Bursary

Bursary value

23,317

Paid to successful student

Once

Application deadline

Expected October 2020

Evans Fellowship

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

A graduate of any university is eligible to apply for a Fellowship, provided that he or she intends to engage in research in anthropology and archaeology (broadly defined as ethnological, ethnographic or archaeological research) in relation to South East Asia. Preference will be given to applicants who intend to engage in research in relation to Borneo, the Malay Peninsula, Singapore, and Thailand. The research shall contribute to the furtherance of the study of anthropology and archaeology in Cambridge. It is expected that the successful candidate(s) will either be based in Cambridge, or will spend a substantial period of time during or after their period of research in Cambridge.

Funding type

Bursary

Bursary value

5,59,613

Paid to successful student

Per year

Application deadline

27 April 2020

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