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Fitzwilliam College

The College invites applications for the following Graduate Scholarships and Studentships:

LEATHERSELLERS' GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

The Scholarship is of the value of £3,000 a year, and is tenable for up to three years. It is open to home graduates from a British university who wish to undertake research in physical or biological sciences, in mathematics or in engineering at Fitzwilliam College.

COLLEGE GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

Two Scholarships are available. Each to the value of £1,250 a year, and is tenable for up to three years. All candidates need to re-apply each year. It is open to graduates who wish to undertake research with the intention of proceeding to a Ph.D. Preference may be given to a graduate reading an arts subject.

E. D. DAVIES SCHOLARSHIP

The Scholarship is of the value of £1,250 a year, and is tenable for up to three years. All candidates need to re-apply each year. It is open to graduates who wish to undertake research with the intention of proceeding to a Ph.D.

SHIPLEY STUDENTSHIP

The Studentship is of the value of £1,250 a year, and is tenable for one year. It is open to graduates who wish to undertake research in the Faculty of Divinity (or exceptionally, on a theological topic in another Faculty).

HIRST-PLAYER STUDENTSHIP

The Studentship is of a maximum value of £2,000 for one or two years. It is open to theology students who need assistance with payment of fees and who would otherwise be unable to read for a degree in Cambridge. Preference will be given to those intending to take Holy Orders in a Christian church.

GIBSON STUDENTSHIP

The Studentship is of the value of £1,000 a year, and is tenable for up to three years. It is open to graduates who intend to undertake work towards a doctorate in the field of New Testament Studies. Preference will be given to those who name Fitzwilliam as their first choice College.

J. R. W. ALEXANDER LAW BOOK GRANTS

Students starting the LL.M. course as members of Fitzwilliam College will be awarded a Law Book Grant to the value of £100. This will be in the form of book tokens. No application is necessary.

Application forms for the above Scholarships and Studentships can be obtained from the Graduate Tutors' Secretary, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, CB3 0DG, (tel. 01223 332035) or from our website (http://www.fitz.cam.ac.uk/currstuds/funding/scholarships/scholarships.jsp). Awards will only be made to students in residence at the College during the tenure of the award. Admission to the University of Cambridge, as a graduate student, must be confirmed by the Board of Graduate Studies before the closing date for application. Closing dates are 13 June for the Leathersellers' Scholarship and 25 September for the other scholarships (please ask your referees to send a letter of academic support, to arrive no later than 15 October).


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Cambridge University Reporter 07 November 2008
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