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St Edmund's College

CHARTER STUDENTSHIPS

The College awards four Charter Studentships annually in recognition of the grant of the Royal Charter in 1998. The awards are made to graduates who have been registered to read for the Cambridge Ph.D. Degree. Recipients will be required to be members of St Edmund's College.

The Studentships will be awarded in any field of study and there is no age restriction. The value of the Studentships depend on a number of factors but awards are made normally in the region of £1,000 a year. Application forms are available from the Tutorial Office and should be sent to the Senior Tutor, St Edmund's College, Cambridge, CB3 0BN. Awards will be made in the Michaelmas Term.

COMMONWEALTH AND OVERSEAS STUDENTSHIPS

The College awards about seventeen Commonwealth and Overseas Studentships annually. The awards are made to graduates who have been registered to read for Cambridge Ph.D. Degree. Recipients will be required to be members of St Edmund's College.

The Studentships will be awarded in any field of study and there is no age restriction all applicants must be from Commonwealth or Overseas Countries. The value of the Studentship is £500 in the first year and a further £250 in the second and third years, a total of £1,000. Application forms are available from the Tutorial Office and should be sent to the Senior Tutor, St Edmund's College, Cambridge, CB3 0BN. Awards will be made in the Michaelmas Term. Awards will normally be made in the Michaelmas Term.

NORTH AMERICAN ALUMNI: TRAVEL AWARDS

The American Alumni of St Edmund's College have made available two grants of £1,000 each a year to be used for travel to North America. The award is open to all students of St Edmund's College travelling to North America for academic purposes (eg conferences). Applications forms are available from the Tutorial Office and will be awarded at the end of the Lent Term.

DUKE OF EDINBURGH SCHOLARSHIPS

St Edmund's College, in collaboration with the Cambridge Trusts, offers a number of Duke of Edinburgh scholarships from October 2008, until further notice, for outstanding students from overseas or the EU. These scholarships commemorate the Duke of Edinburgh's close connections with St. Edmund's College (which has a Royal Charter) and his many visits to the College.

The Duke of Edinburgh scholars should be graduate students with places or offers of places at St Edmund's on programmes of research leading to the degree of Ph.D. Incoming students should have met all the conditions of entry including the financial guarantee. Recipients should already be in receipt of full-cost or substantial scholarships or part-costs awards from the Cambridge Trusts, or some other public source. Each Duke of Edinburgh Scholar will receive from the Trusts a one-off grant of £2,000 for academic-related studies. Application forms are available from the Tutorial Office and the awards will be made in the Michaelmas Term.


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Cambridge University Reporter 07 November 2008
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