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Awards by outside bodies:

Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine


Sir Otto Beit, an enlightened benefactor of scientific research and a Governor of the Imperial College, founded a Fellowship in 1913 in order to promote the advancement of science by means of research.

A Fellowship, tenable at Imperial College, will be awarded in 2001 to a student of outstanding research ability, to undertake research in a scientific, technological, or biomedical field leading to a Ph.D. Degree. The award, available for a period of up to, but not more than three years, will cover payment of College fees and will also provide a maintenance allowance of £8,748 a year; the allowance will be subject to annual review.

Candidates must hold a first class honours degree awarded by a recognized university in a territory which is currently part of the British Commonwealth, or which formed part of the British Empire on 20 September 1913.

Further details and application forms may be obtained from the Assistant Registrar (Admissions), Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine, London, SW7 2AZ. The closing date for submission of completed forms is 30 April 2001.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 7 February 2001
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