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Clare College


Clare College invites applications for a William Senior Studentship commencing on 1 October 2001. The Studentship is established for research in Comparative Law or Legal History, and is open to graduates in Law or History of any university.

The Studentship is tenable for up to three years (subject to satisfactory progress) and, for a Student in receipt of no other grant, will cover approved University and College fees and subsistence in an amount appropriate to age and qualifications. It is expected, however, that an eligible candidate will normally also apply for a British Academy postgraduate studentship if he or she does not already hold one.

Election to a Studentship is conditional upon the person being admitted by the Board of Graduate Studies as a registered Graduate Student of the University of Cambridge to pursue a postgraduate degree. Application to the Board should be made as soon as possible. Please contact the Board of Graduate Studies, 4 Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RZ for an application form. Clare College should be your first-choice College.

Applications for the Studentship should include a full account of the applicant's career, a general statement of the proposed course of postgraduate research in one of the two specified subjects, and the names and addresses of not fewer than two referees. Applications should be addressed to the Tutor for Graduate Admissions, Clare College, Cambridge, CB2 1TL.

The closing date is 16 March 2001 (and references in support of the application should also be received by the College by that date).

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Cambridge University Reporter, 17 January 2001
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