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Lucy Cavendish College

The College offers financial support towards the educational and research activities of its undergraduate and graduate students in any subject, through a variety of studentships and grants. Preference will be given to those nominating Lucy Cavendish as their College of first choice, and recipients are required to be members of the College. Applications should arrive no later than 31 May 2009. For full details contact the Secretary of the Studentship and Bursary Committee, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, CB3 0BU. Applicants must ask two referees to send a letter in support of their application by 31 May 2009.

DOMESTIC RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP

Lucy Cavendish College participates in the University's Domestic Research Studentship Scheme. This is open to UK and EU students who wish to undertake postgraduate research in any subject at the University of Cambridge. Students must be registered as Ph.D. or prospective Ph.D. candidates, and must be nominated by their Department or Faculty. This Studentship provides support which includes University and College Fees for UK and EU applicants, plus a maintenance stipend for UK applicants.

The College invites applications from existing and prospective students for the following part-studentships:

BECKER LAW

The College offers by competition three Becker Law Scholarships of the value of £1,000. These are open to women graduates from any University who have been accepted by the Law Faculty to read for the LL.M. Degree.

LORD FREDERICK CAVENDISH

Each year the College wishes to award two or more studentships, which will cover the cost of College fees, to women accepted to undertake postgraduate research in any subject at the University of Cambridge. These are tenable for up to three years, conditional on satisfactory academic progress.

DOROTHY AND JOSEPH NEEDHAM

Each year the College wishes to award a studentship, which will cover the cost of College fees, to a woman accepted to undertake postgraduate research in Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge. This studentship is tenable for up to three years, conditional on satisfactory academic progress. Preference will be given to those undertaking research in Biochemistry.

MASTERMANN-BRAITHWAITE

Each year the College wishes to award a studentship, which will cover the cost of College fees, to a woman accepted to undertake postgraduate research in Linguistics at the University of Cambridge. This studentship is tenable for up to three years, conditional on satisfactory academic progress.

EVELYN POVEY

Each year the College wishes to award a studentship, which will cover the cost of College fees, to a woman accepted to undertake postgraduate research in any field related to Medieval or Renaissance French Writing at the University of Cambridge. This studentship is tenable for up to three years, conditional on satisfactory academic progress.

RUTH TOMLINSON MEMORIAL AWARD

This award of £1,000 a year is available for a disabled member of the College. Both graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to apply.

OTHER COLLEGE AWARDS

Lucy Cavendish College offers a number of other bursaries and awards for both undergraduates and graduate students. These include bursaries that give preference to single parents and applicants from north-west England. Research awards to help students towards travel for field trips or conferences are also available. Limited hardship funds are available to help students in unexpected hardship.


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Cambridge University Reporter 07 November 2008
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