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Gilbert Murray Trust


The International Affairs Sub-committee of the Gilbert Murray Trust is offering up to ten Junior Awards each of £250 for 1998-99. This Sub-committee promotes the study of the purposes and work of the United Nations. Applicants for the Awards must be studying, or have studied, international relations at an institution of higher education in the United Kingdom. International law is, for the purpose of an Award, treated as an aspect of international relations. An Award is only given to support a specific project (such as a visit to the headquarters of an international organization, a study-tour of a particular country, or a short course at an institution abroad) that will assist the applicant in his or her study of international affairs in relation to the purposes and work of the United Nations. It should be particularly emphasized that the Junior Awards are not intended as general financial support for the study of international affairs.

Applicants should be not more than twenty-five years of age on 1 April 1998, but applications will be considered from those who are above this age if they are able to put forward special reasons for their delayed education (such as ill health or lack of means).

Further details of the application procedure are available from the University Registry (tel. (3)32317).

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Cambridge University Reporter 5727, 4th February 1998
Copyright © 1998 The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge.