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Downing College

Further details about the following studentships, scholarships, and bursaries together with application forms where appropriate can be obtained from the College website, by email (senior-tutor@dow.cam.ac.uk), or by writing to the Senior Tutor, Downing College, Cambridge, CB2 1DQ. All candidates for studentships or bursaries must be or intend to become members of Downing College.

GRADUATE BURSARIES

Graduate students at Downing College are eligible to apply for hardship and conference/travel Bursaries.

PARKE DAVIES SCHOLARSHIP

Available for American students wishing to undertake research in Biological Sciences. Candidates should be, or intend to become, members of Downing College and must be seeking registration as Graduate Students with a view to reading for the Ph.D. Degree. Awards of £7,000 p.a. for up to 3 years are made.

GLYNN JONES SCHOLARSHIPS FOR BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

Members of Downing College are eligible to apply for Glynn Jones Scholarships. These valuable scholarships are for those wishing to further their education or careers in the business and management fields. Any member of the College who has already embarked on such careers are welcome to apply if they consider that further education and training are likely to improve their career prospects. Typically, scholarships are awarded to help fund M.B.A. or equivalent courses in this country or abroad, but the awards are not restricted to such courses. Scholarships of up to £15,000 a year, for courses of up to two years' duration, have been made in the recent past.

TREHERNE BURSARY IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Applicants must be in their second or third year of their Ph.D., in the coming academical year, in the University of Cambridge and must have demonstrated a high aptitude for research. The maximum tenure of a Bursary is two years, subject to a satisfactory annual report by the recipient. The value of the Studentship will be up to £1,500 a year.

OON KHYE BENG CH'HIA TSIO AND LANDER TRUST BURSARIES IN MEDICINE

Bursaries of up to £1,500 a year are offered, tenable for up to three years, for research in preventative medicine broadly defined. Candidates must be seeking registration as Graduate Students with a view to reading for the Ph.D. Degree in the University of Cambridge.


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Cambridge University Reporter 07 November 2008
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