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Clare Hall

Prospective and current Clare Hall Graduate Students are eligible to apply for bursaries in one of the following categories:

PIPPARD BURSARIES

Each academic year the College offers Pippard Bursaries of between £1,500 and £2,000. The primary criteria are academic merit and financial need, but priority is given to self-funded UK students.

SEUNG JUN LEE BURSARY

The Seung Jun Lee Bursary, named in memory of a former Clare Hall student, for an outstanding student working towards a Ph.D. in the social sciences. The £3,000 award is normally tenable for three years.

JONATHAN HART BURSARY AND HENRY SULLIVAN BURSARY

Each of these bursaries has a value of £500 and are awarded annually on the basis of financial need and academic merit.

MELLON BURSARIES

In addition to the above bursaries, Clare Hall offers a number of other bursaries of between £500 and £2,000 for maintenance support and supplementary funding, based on merit or merit and financial need.

RESEARCH AWARDS

Research awards of £100 are available to students in their first year of graduate study, and £250 to those in their second and third years, towards conference and computer expenses or for the purchase of books.

Prospective students should indicate on the Graduate application form (submitted to the Board of Graduate Studies) that they wish to be considered for a Clare Hall bursary and will be sent an application form if they are accepted by the College. Applications for awards should be received as soon as possible and preferably no later than 30 June 2006. Current students should contact their Tutor.


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Cambridge University Reporter 11 November 2005
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